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August 21, 2014


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Although I do think that lack of tenure is a problem, I doubt that's the ABA's problem with Concordia. Tenure isn't even one of the ABA's requirements, and other law schools without tenure are accredited. Perhaps the lack of tenure, combined with Concordia's religious-affiliation and other possible limits on academic-freedom, might be a problem for the ABA, but that's more about academic-freedom than tenure alone. From what I've heard, any prospective faculty being considered/interviewed need to sign a statement of understanding about the limits on speech associated with the university's religious mission.

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