Tag: ABA accreditation

University proposes budget for Board approval

The budget proposal for the 1999-2000 academic year at the University of La Verne provides for an augmentation in salaries for faculty, administration and staff and includes a tuition increase of about 2.89 percent or $450.

Board develops stronger community

Currently comprised of 30 members, one honorary member and 4 emeritus trustees, the University of La Verne's Board of Trustees is the largest association deemed to the University.

College of Law seeks ABA approval

The University of La Verne Board of Trustees voted Saturday, March 21, to seek American Bar Association (ABA) accreditation for the College of Law's La Verne campus.

Board Abandons Law School ABA Approval

At its March 1 meeting, the Board of Trustees decided that the Law School should abandon its quest for American Bar Association (ABA) approval.

Fall Accreditation Attempt Fails; Law Center to Correct Problems

During the. summer, the University of La Verne College of Law had hoped to achieve provisional accreditation for this fall. However, the American Bar Association (ABA) felt that several problem areas of the school needed to be worked out before accreditation could be given.

ABA Views Law Center Bar Sanction

Provisional accreditation for the University of La Verne College of Law may become a reality for Summer 1978 if progress on the American Bar Association inspection team's recommendations con­tinues at its present rate, according to President Armen Sarafian and Dean Thomas Reese, who recently returned from a meeting with the ABA Committee in Washington, D.C.

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