TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jun 12, 2018
An Arizona for-profit law school has become the third school to sue the American Bar Association over accreditation, Law.com reports. Arizona Summit claims that the ABA’s accrediting arm violated the school’s due process when it was put on probation last year for violating admissions rules. Arizona Summit joins two other law schools, Florida Coastal School of Law and Charlotte School of Law, in suing the association. All three are owned by the same company, InfiLaw Corp.