Florida Coastal School of Law must continue to disclose its accreditation shortcomings on its website, a federal judge ruled Monday.

The Jacksonville school had sought a preliminary injunction blocking an American Bar Association-imposed requirement that it publicly disclose that it was found out of compliance with several accreditation standards this spring. But Judge Brian Davis of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida thwarted the law school’s efforts, finding that the accreditation dispute is not ripe for judicial review because the school has not yet exhausted the ABA’s internal appeals process.

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