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Senator Grassley not satisfied with ABA’s response, asks more questions
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Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) was not satisfied with the ABA”s response last month to the questions that he had asked the organization about how it handled law schools. Grassley has asked ABA more questions about how it helps recent law graduates pay back their student loans, its accreditation procedures and what the organization is doing to help the young lawyers who are facing fewer job opportunities today.

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ABA’s stance on law school accreditation transparency fails to satisfy senator

  
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