Faculty and alumni groups at Ave Maria School of Law in Michigan have issued votes of no confidence in the school’s dean over the newly accredited school’s possible relocation to a Catholic-oriented community in Florida.

In two separate resolutions sent to the law school’s board of governors, the Ave Maria School of Law Alumni Association board of directors and a group of 11 faculty members called for the resignation of Dean Bernard Dobranski, who helped lead the six-year-old school to full accreditation last year.

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