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The AALS has placed Villanova on two years of probation for reporting false admissions data to the ABA. This is just further fallout from the story that surfaced almost two years ago. More details are at Leiter.
Posted by Dan Filler at 11:13 AM in Accreditation, Law School News | Permalink
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What's that mean? No more bowl games?
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