A former assistant director of financial aid at Arizona Summit Law School has sued the school, alleging it unlawfully fired her in 2013 after she refused to submit false state tax documents and complained of misleading information about student success.

Paula Lorona, who was also a part-time student at the Phoenix school and graduated in January, claimed that that Arizona Summit and the two other for-profit law schools owned by Infilaw Corp.—Florida Coastal School of Law and Charlotte School of Law—in May 2014 began paying poorly performing students $5,000 to delay taking the bar exam, to prop up declining bar-passage rates.

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