Loans for Non-ABA Accredited Law Schools
The choice to attend law school includes financial considerations. Some students depend on financial aid and educational loans to pay for law school tuition and expenses. When law schools make offers of admission, they must provide applicants with financial aid letters to explain their eligibility for various loans. Law schools without accreditation by the American Bar Association (ABA) may have more limitations on the types of loans for which their students can qualify.