Idaho Law Students Close to Taking Classes in Boise
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The Idaho Board of Education has approved a plan to allow second-year University of Idaho law students to take classes in Boise.
It's the second time the state board has granted the request from UI — but last year the budget approval for the expansion was voted down in the Legislature.
UI Vice President for Finance and Administration Ron Smith says he's hopeful that this year lawmakers will support the expansion.
Third-year curriculum is already being offered at the UI's law school program in Boise.