Florida Coastal School of Law filed a lawsuit Thursday against the American Bar Association over the ABA’s apparent threat to withdraw its accreditation.

Florida Coastal, based in Jacksonville, filed the action in the Middle District of Florida. It is a privately run, for-profit law school, owned and operated by Naples-based InfiLaw Systems, which also operates Arizona Summit Law School in Phoenix and Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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