Savannah Law School, a branch of John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, will close at the end of the semester.
The students, if I may so flatter them, of this über-toilet were informed two days ago. Already the building had been sold—apparently with possession to take place before the end of the semester, as the students will "be relocated to an unannounced location". I'm sure that the students appreciate this very late notice, scant weeks before their exams.
Savannah Law School now has to produce a "teach-out" plan to enable its current students to finish their Mickey Mouse JDs. Funny, I don't recall seeing any such plan from Indiana Tech or Whittier or Charlotte. Certainly none of those venerable institutions stayed open for two more years for the sake of the currently enrolled students. And Savannah Law School apparently has no such intentions either, since it has already sold its building. The "plan" may well be to have everyone transfer to the main campus in Atlanta, hours away.
In the meantime, Valparaiso is not admitting students, Cooley is in hot water with the ABA, and the two remaining InfiLaw toilets (Arizona Summit and Florida Coastal) have shrunk to a small fraction of their size at the heyday of the law-school scam. Expect more closures this year.