University of Idaho law school expands to Boise

2010-08-22T08:10:00Z 2010-08-22T08:12:26Z University of Idaho law school expands to BoiseThe Associated Press The Associated Press
August 22, 2010 8:10 am  • 

MOSCOW, Idaho - The dean of the University of Idaho College of Law says 30 students will start classes at a third-year law program in Boise next week.

Don Burnett says the expansion of the Moscow-based school in northern Idaho into the state's capital city in southwest Idaho means students can learn through Idaho's College of Law in two locations.

Burnett says the school ultimately hopes to establish a full branch of the law school in Boise.

Concordia University, based in Portland, Ore., also plans to offer law classes in Boise, with classes starting in 2011.


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