The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court granted permission to a valedictorian graduate of Concord Law School, waiving the requirement of graduation from an ABA accredited school.  A digest of the case, Mitchell v. Board of Bar Examiners, is reported at the Legal Profession Blog (here).

Previously, I had written about four grads from this same school, who’ve been admitted to SCotUS.  In fact, I recall meeting a local judge –can’t recall whether district or county– at the 2006 Bar Convention in Brainard who was an adjunct professor for Concord.