The Charleston School of Law interim president has resigned after less than three months on the job amid turmoil over ownership of the for-profit institution.
Joseph Harbaugh stepped down from the post on Aug. 27 but said he would try to continue through Oct. 1 and would be available thereafter as an “occasional consultant.” His contract extended to December.
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