The American Bar Association will have to defend itself against allegations that its law school accreditation process is biased in three separate federal courts.

The U.S.  Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation on Wednesday denied the ABA’s bid to coordinate three accreditation lawsuits brought by InfiLaw Corp. and the three for-profit law schools it owns.

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