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A Committee Wants to Bring Maine Law Online, but the ABA Stands in the Way

A Committee Wants to Bring Maine Law Online, but the ABA Stands in the Way

Update: 2019-07-29
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Two trends in education have been gaining steam in the past few years. First, as enrollment declines and many smaller colleges and universities experience budget squeezes, some have eyed online learning as a means to reach more students and/or bring down the cost of instruction. Second, law schools have been pushing their accreditor, the American Bar Association, for greater leniency when it comes to online and distance instruction. Both of these trends have converged in the state of Maine this summer with the release of a committee report advising the future strategy of the University of Maine Law School, known as Maine Law.

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A Committee Wants to Bring Maine Law Online, but the ABA Stands in the Way

A Committee Wants to Bring Maine Law Online, but the ABA Stands in the Way

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