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Members of Congress link accreditation and decline in African-American enrollment in law school
story is, unfortunately, only for subscribers. But here's the first sentence: "Members of Congress are pushing for a detailed study of the accreditation process for the nation's law schools, claiming it may be partly to blame for a decline in black enrollment."
Full post as published by Legal Ethics Forum on December 13, 2007 ( boomark
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