MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) — The University of Idaho's College of Law plans to begin offering first-year law classes in Boise starting in 2017. The Moscow-based law school began offering classes for third-year law students in Boise in 2008, and expanded to second-year students in 2012. Dean Mark Adams told the Moscow-Pullman Daily News that he often gets asked if the college will move all operations to Boise, but that's not the case.

Adams said the Moscow campus has been drawing students for 100 years. He says the school is embracing a dual-campus model, with the Boise campus serving as an expansion of the Moscow college.