No I am correct and you cannot read or apply statutes.
"1) Every applicant for admission to the Kentucky Bar must have completed degree requirements for a J.D. or equivalent professional degree from a law school approved by the American Bar Association or by the Association of American Law Schools
AAL Schools is this list, I think they are also all ABA accredited:http://www.aals.org/about_memberschools.php
An equivalent professional degree from an ABA or AALS university would be what - maybe a LLM in comparative common law for foreign law degree holder.
As for other states, we were talking about Kentucky
not Massachusetts, Tennessee, Alabama, or California which do have their own acceditation schemes. Do not assume because one state recognizes their own schools that others do.