Monday, July 17, 2017

Law School Accreditation Should Not Be Weakened

AAUP National
July 12, 2017

The AAUP this week submitted comments to the American Bar Association opposing proposed revisions to the ABA's accreditation standards that would eliminate a requirement that full-time faculty "teach more than one-half of the total credit hours offered by the law school in a year or more than two-thirds of student contact hours generated in that year."

Read the full article at the AAUP website here.

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