$20 Million Award to UC Law Schools Shrinks to $150,000
The University of California's five law schools will receive just a fraction of a settlement between Bank of America and a California couple it put through the wringer as they sought a mortgage modification.
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A $4 million windfall granted to each of the five law schools within the University of California system in March has been whittled down to $30,000 per campus by a federal bankruptcy judge.
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