A non-American Bar Association-accredited law school based in California is asking the Indiana Supreme Court to change its rules so that its students can sit for the Indiana bar exam, but the proposal is facing opposition.

Concord Law School at Purdue University Global—established in 1998 as the nation’s first fully online law school—is not eligible for ABA accreditation because for among other reasons, it is not a traditional fixed-facility, brick-and-mortar law school as it offers a completely online J.D., according to the report from the Purdue University Global Concord Law School Working Group, which was created by the Indiana Supreme Court following preliminary consideration of Purdue’s request.

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