Back in July, 2010 I blogged about Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. SEE BLOG POST BY CLICKING HERE. However, I have just learned that the ABA denied Duncan provisional accreditation. This means essentially that Duncan's graduates cannot take the bar exam in every state in the Country. Duncan is alleging bad politics involved in the denial and has filed suit against the ABA. As I understand it, graduates of the law school may still take the Tennessee Bar and practice at least in that state. Whether Duncan's allegations are true as to the ABA's treatment of Duncan, I do not know. The Court's or the ABA system of appeal will decide this. However, this simply cannot be good news to students at the school or to those applying to the law school.