Shuttered NC Law School Sues ABA Over Enforcement Action

Law360 (May 15, 2018, 10:56 PM EDT) -- Charlotte School of Law sued the American Bar Association in North Carolina federal court Tuesday, claiming that enforcement actions by the organization related to law school accreditation violated the due process rights of the for-profit college and led to its closure last year.

In its suit, Charlotte School of Law says the alleged due process violations by the ABA caused the college to be excluded from key federal funding and thus made it impossible to continue its operations.

“This court should hold the ABA accountable for abusing its accreditation authority and causing Charlotte to close its doors,” the suit states....

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