Students who attend provisionally-accredited law schools are authorized federal student loans. Law schools do not even have to be accredited or provisionally-accredited by the ABA for students to get federal student loans. As long as the law schools is ABA accredited, or associated with a university that is accredited by a U.S. Department of Education recognized body, then federal student loans are authorized. An example of this right now is Concord School of Law. They are associated with Kaplan University which is accredited, so the law school can grant student loans.