Non-ABA-Approved Law School Wants JDs to Sit for Indiana Bar

A non-American Bar Association-accredited law school based in California is asking the Indiana Supreme Court to alter its guidelines so that its trainees can sit for the Indiana bar examination, however the proposition is dealing with opposition.

Concord Law School at Purdue University Global– developed in 1998 as the country’s very first totally online law school– is not qualified for ABA accreditation since for to name a few factors, it is not a conventional fixed-facility, brick-and-mortar law school as it uses a totally online J.D., according to the report from the Purdue University Global Concord Law School Working Group, which was developed by the Indiana Supreme Court following initial factor to consider of Purdue’s demand.

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