Law students file constitutional complaint over cancellation of Plzeň law programme

Law students at West Bohemian University have filed a constitutional complaint regarding the cancellation of the school’s undergraduate law programme. A commission decided not to extend the faculty’s accreditation last Wednesday, effectively closing the school down and leaving 1,600 undergraduate students to complete their studies elsewhere. The university management wants to overturn the decision and intends to meet with Education Minister Dobeš.