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ABA clarifies distance learning guidance for law schools

By Sarah Martinson (August 8, 2022, 3:54 p.m. EDT) – The decision-making body of the American Bar Association at its annual meeting Monday in Chicago passed a resolution to clarify its accreditation guidelines on distance learning for law schools, as well as a variety of other proposals.

The ABA House of Delegates passed several resolutions that address a wide range of issues on the first day of their scheduled two-day session. In addition to changing law school guidelines, the organization also passed several measures related to calling on lawmakers to enact criminal justice and election integrity reforms.

Outgoing ABA President Reginald Turner spoke at the meeting about the association’s accomplishments over the past…

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