Arizona Summit Law School sued the American Bar Association in federal court Thursday, alleging that its law school accrediting arm violated the school’s due process when it was put on probation last year for violating admissions rules.

It’s the third time in as many weeks that the for-profit law school consortium InfiLaw Corp. has filed suit against the ABA over sanctions imposed on its schools, and yet again the company has turned to a trio of high-profile attorneys at Kirkland & Ellis that includes Paul Clement and Viet Dinh.

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