Florida Law School Cannot Restore Aid Eligibility While Sue DOE

Law360 (Aug 10, 2021, 4:45 p.m. EDT) – A Florida federal judge rejected the Florida Coastal School of Law’s offer for a preliminary injunction to restore its Title IV eligibility, which could effectively shut down school before the end of his lawsuit against the US Department of Education and its secretary.

U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard said in her denial on Monday that the school had failed to prove the department had acted improperly by canceling its participation in Title IV programs and setting the terms of a new deal program participation, or PPA.

“While it is possible that the FCSL may be able to establish, at a later stage these …

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