The Golden State has lost two American Bar Association-accredited law schools within the span of a week.

Thomas Jefferson School of Law will no longer have the ABA’s seal of approval as of Dec. 17—the day after the fall semester ends. The announcement about the San Diego law school from the ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar follows a decision Nov. 18 by the trustees at the University of La Verne to convert its law school to one accredited by the State Bar of California and drop its ABA-accredited status.

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