Lincoln Memorial Sues ABA Over Denial of Law School Accreditation
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Lincoln Memorial University's law school on Thursday sued the American Bar Association, charging that its decision this week to deny accreditation to the school violated federal antitrust laws and denied it due process. The law school argues that it met all of the accreditor's standards and that the ABA acted against it to protect its current members from competition.