The public dialogue between U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and the American Bar Association continued this week, with the ABA responding to Grassley’s request for additional information about law school employment, student loan defaults and accreditation procedures.

The ABA replied by letter on Monday, offering little new insight into the law school transparency discussion, but underlining the earlier work by several of its committees to gather more detailed information.

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