ABA Journal:  The University of Illinois acknowledged Monday that its law school reported and/or published inaccurate admissions data in six of the last 10 years.

The university, in a prepared statement (PDF), said it had determined that Paul Pless, the law school’s former assistant dean for admissions and financial aid, who resigned last week, was solely responsible for the inaccuracies.

It also found that the law school lacked adequate controls to prevent, deter and detect such actions, a situation that it said it is taking steps to correct.