LMU law school receives full accreditation
Lincoln Memorial University confirmed that the Duncan School of Law has received full American Bar Association accreditation.
“This is a day of celebration for Lincoln Memorial University and especially for the Duncan School of Law. Over the last ten years, our school has managed to hit a few potholes along the path to full approval by the American Bar Association, so success is all the sweeter,” said Jude Gary Wade, vice president and dean. “I am grateful to former deans Sydney Beckman and Parham Williams, Associate Dean Matt Lyon, who led the process, our terrific faculty and staff and especially our student body and many graduates now practicing throughout the region.”
Being fully accredited means the schools has "demonstrated that it is in full compliance with all of the ABA Standards."
The school had previously been provisionally accredited by the ABA. Learn more about Duncan School of Law