DCLaw11 wrote:ResolutePear wrote:DCLaw11 wrote:ResolutePear wrote:
The only way I see them losing their accreditation is if their library burns down by an act of God.
How do places lose their accreditation?
They don't maintain ABA-standards. For instance, if they don't have a certain amount of books in their library or they don't have certain equipment. I'm pretty sure if they would revoke if they caught any professors teaching law classes without a JD while the school knows about it.
Er, if they knowingly let people work more than a certain amount of hours..
There are a lot of circumstances they can lose it - but it's all gross negligence for the most part.
gorgeouslawgirl could threaten to report them to the ABA....wonder if they could lose accreditation if she had enough proof.
Oh, and the library book thing sounds a little ridiculous, being as many things are electronic now. Unless they are counting titles and not physical books.
It's all on the ABA-website. They count volumes IIRC, and the library has to be kept up to date.