The ABA's final report concluded KU law school administrators "made misleading statements" regarding the new degree. In addition, the ABA determined the law school's handling of the matter was "grossly negligent" and that officials engaged in "an absence of candor."
Apparently, there was a mix-up regarding two foreign students and admitting them into the ABA-approved elder law program and telling the ABA they wanted to get it approved through the elder law program while separately applying to the Board of Regents to make it a separate program and yada yada yada.
Feel the cold, hard wrath of justice, Kansas.
Things like this are why law schools have resolutely and unmistakably avoided any "absence of candor" and gone overboard in being completely forthright with applicants, students, faculty members, and the general public.
If the police are strict and the police didn't catch you, there's no way you did anything wrong. That's logic, friends. Logic. What another syllogism?
1. Law school today makes people successful and happy and totally not regret six-figure debt.
2. You go to law school.
3. You win and retire at 62 to a tropical yacht called the Daily Orgasm.
Ain't no way the ABA could sanction that truth.