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REMOTE REVAMP- The ABA’s legal education arm is set to meet virtually today to consider changes in law school accreditation rules that could cut the red tape for distance learning programs. As Karen Sloan reports, the issue of remote instruction has become critical amid the pandemic and remains front and center as schools plan their strategies for the fall. The ABA group also will consider a proposed change that would expand its ability to suspend specific accreditation standards amid regional and national emergencies, including pandemics and weather disasters.

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