First Duncan Graduates Speak Out on Experience

Three students who recently graduated as part of the inaugural class at the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law spoke to the Citizen Tribune about their experience and the mood among students given the school’s initial failed attempt to win ABA accreditation. One expressed concern about the lack of communication between administrators and students during the process, while another lamented that the school’s accomplishments and contributions to the community get overlooked as negative coverage of the accreditation issue seems to have defined the school. They all expressed hope that the school would ultimately succeed as it reapplies for ABA recognition.