California-approved law schools will have to set student learning goals and create diversity and inclusion plans under a sweeping set of revised rules adopted this month by the State Bar of California.

The new rules bring California’s law school accreditation process more in line with that of the American Bar Association, and echo a larger movement in higher education to place more emphasis on what and how students are learning. The revised accreditation rules also reflect the evolving way that law schools teach.

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