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June 04, 2013


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This is pretty terrible, but believable. Think it is happening at more than just the for-profit schools. Kudos to the professors for standing up for themselves.


The allegations of this lawsuit are entirely believable. If the ABA had any credibility, they would immediately initiate proceedings to revoke accreditation of all Infilaw schools. Faculty governance at these schools appears to be nothing more than a smoke-screen for previously decided corporate policies.


PSL is a diploma mill - and I don't say that lightly. Based on my own experience with PSL and other Infilaw schools, I find the allegations by Profs. Rumman and O'Connor to be credible. I only hope that this sheds light on the serious problems with for-profit law schools and prompts the ABA to reconsider its decision to accredit such schools.

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