The ABA has apparently deferred a decision on Concordia Law's accreditation application. It appointed a factfinder to go to the Boise, Idaho campus to gather more information on the application. This is high stakes for the 45 Concordia students set to graduate this May. The school had sought a waiver from the Idaho Supreme Court allowing 2015 Concordia grads to sit for the Idaho bar, irrespective of ABA accreditation. The Court denied the request.
I don't know what is holding up the ABA's decision, but I understand from conversations with a Concoria administrator that the school does not extend tenure to faculty members. I wonder whether that could be an issue.