Villanova University School of Law received a publicly issued censure on Monday from an American Bar Association committee investigating the school’s misreporting of admissions data.

The ABA’s Council of the Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar said Monday that Villanova’s intentional misreporting of LSAT and GPA data on the ABA’s annual questionnaires violated ABA standards and was “reprehensible and damaging to prospective law school applicants, law school students, law schools and the legal profession.”

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