If you follow this link, it should pull up a PDF copy of an article that appears on The Texas Lawbook’s website. I wanted to link directly to the website, but could not get it to link properly. I think this might be the most enlightening piece I have read on the accreditation issue to date.
Interestingly enough, both Emmanuel Obi and Rocio Cristina Garcia both spoke to our 1L class at a Dallas Bar Association event last Thursday night. I think I speak for the entire UNT-Dallas College of Law when I say that we appreciate their support.
I especially like Ms. Garcia’s comment that the only thing a high LSAT score proves is that a student had the resources for a prep course.
Also, this is the only piece outside of my own that really tackles the battle between the ABA and the Department of Education.