Add Concordia University School of Law and Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law to the list of law school fully accredited by the American Bar Association.

Both campuses ran into early accreditation problems and scrambled to ensure their first graduates could sit for the bar exam. But each overcome those challenges to win the ABA’s full blessing in late February. Lincoln Memorial is located in Knoxville, while Concordia is in Boise, Idaho.

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