Back in the spring of 2019, it looked like Western State College of Law was toast.
The owner of the Orange County, California, law school—Argosy University—was placed under a federal receivership and the campus lost its eligibility for federal student loans. Western State looked to be on the path to closure, joining six other law schools that had shuttered since 2017.
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