- The University of Illinois' law school will remain accredited, but the American Bar Association has censured the school and imposed a $250,000 fine for publishing false admissions data.
- The College of Law will be required to post a copy of the censure on its website and hire a compliance officer.
- The action comes after the school was found to have published false data about incoming students' GPAs and LSAT scores.
From the article:
The University of Illinois' law school has been censured and fined $250,000 for intentionally publishing false admissions data to make the student body look more academically accomplished than it was.
It is the first time the American Bar Association has fined a university for reporting inaccurate consumer data, according to an ABA spokesman. ...