Lincoln Memorial and Concordia University Win Full ABA Approval

Both Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law in Tennessee and Concordia University School of Law in Idaho secured full accreditation from the ABA last month. This leaves just one provisionally accredited law school in the country.

The University of North Texas Dallas College of Law remains the only provisionally accredited school in the nation. Five ABA-accredited schools have closed since 2017 or soon will close.

It took Lincoln Memorial, which opened in 2009, seven years to obtain full accreditation. The school obtained provisional accreditation from the ABA in 2014, which allowed graduates to sit for the bar in the jurisdiction of their choosing.

Concordia’s opened in 2012 as part of the Portland Oregon-based Concordia University. The school received provisional ABA accreditation in June 2015.

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