Portobello Law School hit by resignations

Ireland“A number of law lecturers have resigned from Portobello Law School following an investigation by the company’s owners into staff complaints. Portobello was acquired by Dublin Business School (DBS) two years ago. DBS, which is owned by the US-based company Kaplan, has more than 9,000 students, of whom 300 are studying law. The annual fee for a full-time law course is €5,700. Last March, staff in the law faculty at Portobello raised a number of issues with senior management at Kaplan Higher Education. DBS said the complaints were ‘largely procedural and administrative in nature’ …” (more)

[Kieron Wood, Sunday Business Post, 28 June]

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