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OCU Approves Law School Move (Oct 25, 2012)

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma City University Board of Trustees has approved plans to move the school's law school downtown.

The Journal Record reports that the trustees approved a plan Wednesday to renovate the former Central High School building in downtown Oklahoma City. The university plans to spend $5 million to $7 million to convert offices in the building back to classrooms.

The building is expected to be open for the fall 2014 semester.

OCU Board of Trustees chairman Ron Norick says the move will bring about 500 law students downtown, putting them in close proximity to county and federal courthouses.

The university did not disclose how much it is spending on the building. The 177,000-square-foot structure has been on the market for two years for $11.5 million.

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