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A former student from the Florida Coastal School of Law has accused the institutution of artificially inflating the school's bar passage rate. So reports Above the Law.

The unnamed student is asking for$500,000 in damages. The complaint alleges a bar prep course offered by the law school was "designed to weed out students prior to graduation." Further, the school also had some bad news as its bid to convert to a nonprofit was denied, its dean recently quit and its students’ loan disbursements were hindered.

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