Is Law Faculty Tenure In or Out? ABA Can't Decide

, The National Law Journal

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The committee updating the American Bar Association's law school accreditation standards hopes to wrap up its initial review by the end of 2013, but the group remains nowhere near a consensus regarding job protections for law faculty—perhaps the most controversial item on its agenda.

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  • Andrew Dhuey

    If you're betting on this question, bet on the ABA committee to avoid anything controversial. Really, bar association junkies, how often does any such committee do anything bold?

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