For-Profit Law School Sues ABA and Claims Quality is Vague and Hard to Determine

Earlier this month, Arizona Summit Law School sued the American Bar Association after the ABA’s accreditors put the school on probation. Don Lively, Arizona Summit’s president, claims the ABA’s accrediting standards are “vague, indeterminate, and subject to manipulation”; and Penny Wilrich, the law school’s interim dean, accused the ABA of creating a “false narrative” about … Read more

Does This Really Matter or Concern You About Betsy DeVos?

Last year the Charlotte School of Law was notified they would no longer be eligible for access to federal student loan money because their performance was so poor. At the time the Department of Education said, “The ABA [American Bar Association] repeatedly found that the Charlotte School of Law does not prepare students for participation … Read more