Law schools will not have to impose mandatory racial quotas on enrollment to stay accredited by the American Bar Association.
ABA delegates failed to pass a requirement that law schools implement a racial quota system, even after rounds of edits.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
The proposal, first released in May 2021, would have required law schools to submit annual progress reports on minority enrollment to the American Bar Association. Law schools that failed to boost the enrollment of “underrepresented groups” would have been at risk of losing their accreditation.