The queue of plaintiffs suing the American Bar Association’s legal education arm is snaking out the courthouse door.
The ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has been named as a defendant in three different lawsuits in the past week and a half, each centered on its law school accreditation activities. A fourth accreditation suit brought by Western Michigan University Thomas Cooley Law School in November is pending.
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