SHREVEPORT, La. — The idea of establishing a new law school in northwest Louisiana has been rejected in a study for state higher education officials.
The Shreveport Times reports that two state lawmakers had asked for the feasibility study by the Louisiana Board of Regents.
The study, presented Wednesday, found “little compelling evidence” that a new law school should be placed in the Shreveport-Bossier City area.
State Rep. Cedric Glover was one of the lawmakers who sought the study. He said he was disappointed in the findings.