San Diego law school to relocate

Nov. 5, 2007
Thomas Jefferson School of Law plans eight-story building in city's downtown.

The Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego is leaving its current home and longtime parking squabbles for a new downtown location. The law school has submitted plans for an eight-story, $40 million school on land once slated to house condominiums. The move will give the 38-year-old school room to expand.

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