A decision to move Michigan’s Ave Maria School of Law to Florida has touched off a firestorm of controversy at the seven-year-old Catholic law school.

A disagreement over the relocation has escalated in the past few months into a feud between the dean and several faculty members who allege they are being mistreated and ignored. The claims have led to many students and faculty leaving the school and raised concerns about accreditation.

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