The dean of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School says the school has been exploring “a number of creative alternatives” to help comply with American Bar Association rules governing admissions standards.

The for-profit school is among 10 nationwide that the ABA’s Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has publicly disciplined since August 2016 for enrolling students it says are not likely to graduate and pass the bar. The sanctions range from letters of noncompliance—one of which John Marshall received in October—to censure to probation.

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