What happens if I am dismissed from a law school for academic reasons?
Standard 303: Academic Standards and Achievements states that a law school shall have clearly definied standards for good standing and graduation.
Standard 505: Previously Disqualified Applicant addresses the instance under which a student who has
been dismissed for academic reasons may be readmitted or admitted to another school.
The Section's Council will not intervene with an approved law school on behalf of an individual with a complaint against or concern regarding action taken by a law school that adversely affects that individual. [this sounds pretty crappy on the ABA's part]
Rule 24b of the ABA Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools governs the filing of complaints against law schools. For more information about this process, visit the Section's page on Complaints Alleging Non-Compliance with the Standards.
Here is a list of the policies: