And they're not accredited by the ABA, and you won't know until your 3L year if they'll have provisional accreditation before you graduate. Run, do not walk, in the other direction..
Given that Chemerinsky has already been let go by the administration once I don't know that I'd count him as a strength. I'm wary of schools that have only provisional or probationary accreditation, a totally unaccredited school that has already fired its all-star dean once seems to fall into the "you must be joking" column if your lsat is over 145.PS: Phoenix School of Law is not associated with The University of Phoenix. Thanks for playing.