College of Law launches strategic review and eyes potential sale
The College of Law has launched a strategic review which could ultimately lead to the sale of one of the UK's top law schools. The College, which was incorporated as a charity by Royal Charter in 1975 and is overseen by a board of governors, is in the process of reviewing its strategic options, it has been confirmed. News of the College's review was first revealed by legal website RollOnFriday. A sale would mean that the College, which has a turnover of around £75m, which would lose its status as a charity.
The College of Law has launched a strategic review which could ultimately lead to the sale of one of the UK’s top law schools.
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