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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Scott, George A.
In order to participate in certain fed. programs, post-secondary institutions must be accredited by an accrediting agency (AA) recognized by the Dept. of Educ. (DoE). Since 1952, the DoE has recognized the Amer. Bar Assoc. (ABA) as an AA for law schools. ABA accreditation is important to the 195 law schools it accredits because it allows their grad. the flexibility to take the Bar exam in any jurisdiction in the U.S. The DoE¿s accreditation advisory group considered the ABA¿s most recent application for continued recognition in Dec. 2006. This report answers the following questions: What is DoE¿s process for recognizing AA? What is ABA¿s process for accrediting law schools? What concerns have been raised about the ABA¿s accreditation process? Charts.Scott, George A. is the author of 'Higher Education : Issues Related to Law School Accreditation', published 2007 under ISBN 9781422315682 and ISBN 1422315681.
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