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Law school to try again for ABA

Nila Priyambodo
Managing Editor

President Steve Morgan is hoping against hope that the fourth time will be the charm.

The University of La Verne’s College of Law, which is accredited by the State Bar of California, failed to obtain American Bar Association accreditation in 2001, 2002 and 2003, even after the University spent more than $16 million to get accreditation in those years.

The College of Law will make its fourth attempt at a preliminary ABA approval this fall and the University will support the effort again with $6.3 million, Morgan said.  Read More

Posted May 20, 2005
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