Legal Definition and Related Resources of Accredited

Meaning of Accredited

Denotes achievement of high standards and resulting recognition therefor; as in accredited law school , accredited hospital.

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What does Accredited mean in American Law?

The definition of Accredited in the law of the United States, as defined by the lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary is:

When said of an educational institution, the term means that an organization with the power to do so has formally declared that the institution has met certain criteria which by law are required for its lawful, valid performance of certain ends. For instance, a law school must ordinarily be accredited by the American Bar Association before its graduates will be entitled to be admitted to the bar. In some cases, however, accreditation confers no right except to claim and advertise that accreditation, e.g., a law school accredited by the Association of American Law Schools.







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