Golden Gate University School of Law, which has been struggling with bar passage rates, is transforming its legal education offerings with a multi-pronged plan that includes full-tuition scholarships to all students in its in-person J.D. program and the introduction of new degree programs.

At its November 2021 meeting, the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association concluded that Golden Gate University School of Law is not in compliance with Standard 316, according to the ABA Council’s decision.

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