For-Profit Law School Sues ABA Over Enforcement Action

Law360 (May 10, 2018, 10:15 PM EDT) -- Florida Coastal School of Law filed suit Thursday against the American Bar Association, which recently determined the school had failed to meet ABA standards, saying the association’s enforcement actions have been inconsistent, its standards are vague and that the action against Florida Coastal was an “attack on diversity.”

The for-profit school and its parent company Infilaw Corporation contended in the suit that the school has met the specific requirements listed in the ABA’s standards for law schools, and that the association was wrong to say it had violated other standards relating to admissions and bar passage, which it said were unacceptably...

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