TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jul 2, 2018
The American Bar Association filed a motion for summary judgment to dismiss a lawsuit brough by Florida Coastal School of Law, the for-profit law school that is suing the ABA over accreditation issues, the ABA Journal reports. The ABA filed a motion to dismiss yesterday arguing that the dispute is not appropriate for federal court litigation. Florida Coastal is one of three for-profit schools, all owned by InfiLaw, that filed suit against the ABA for accreditation findings that the schools were out of compliance with standards involving admissions and programming.