Applications for Substantive Change
(other than Non-J.D./Post-J.D.)
Applications and Council decisions on Substantive Change Applications (other than applications for programs other than the Non-J.D./Post-J.D. Degree) prior to 3 years ago can be found on the Accreditation Archives page.
Michigan State University College of Law
Application to fully integrate into Michigan State University as one of its constituent colleges
The Council acquiesced in the application of University of New Hampshire School of Law to establish a part-time program
Florida Coastal School of Law
Application to convert to a non-profit law school
Cornell Law School
Application for a Separate Location in New York City
The Council acquiesced in the application of Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law to establish a separate location in Washington, D.C.
University of New Hampshire School of Law
Application to add a part-time program
The Council acquiesced in the application of WMU Thomas M. Cooley Law School to establish a branch campus in Kalamazoo, Michigan
The John Marshall Law School
Application to be acquired by the University of Illinois at Chicago
The Council acquiesced in the application of University of Dayton School to establish a part-time program
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
Application for a Separate Location in Washington, D.C.
University of Dayton School
Application for a part-time program
WMU Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Application for a branch campus in Kalamazoo [Standard 105(a)(9)]
Third-Party Comments on Law Schools Undergoing Site Visits
Consistent with Internal Operating Practice 4(a), written comments related to current compliance with the Standards for Approval of Law Schools may be submitted to the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.