The New York Law School plans to convert its outstanding auction-rate securities into variable-rate demand bonds before the end of the month, according to a resolution passed by the issuer’s board last week.

The law school sold $135 million of bonds through the New York City Industrial Development Agency in 2006 to finance the acquisition of land and construction of a new building in lower Manhattan.

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