Belmont University College of Law is provisionally accredited by the American Bar Association. Students at provisionally accredited law schools are given the same recognition as students at fully accredited law schools (ABA Standard 102, Interpretation 102-4). Upon the award of provisional accreditation, students enrolled in the institution and who subsequently graduate are deemed graduates of an ABA-accredited law school (ABA Standard 102, Interpretation 102-10). The earliest Belmont University College of Law may apply for ABA full accreditation is 2015.
Questions concerning ABA accreditation may be directed to:
Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark Street, 21st Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
Belmont University College of Law also is approved by the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners.