The hits keep coming for the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

The struggling San Diego law school will not accept any new students for the spring 2019 semester, amid a fight to hold on to its accreditation from the American Bar Association. The ABA placed Thomas Jefferson on probation in November for being out of compliance with a number of its accreditation standards pertaining to admissions and educational program. The ABA also raised concerns about the school’s finances.

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