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« on: June 05, 2009, 09:33:56 AM »
I just enrolled and would like to know the type of study components everyone is using to comprehend the material.
I've purchased a few audio lectures and am pretty impressed with the teaching methods of the subjects. I start next month but wanted a jump start.
You will need to go to a law library w/ your study material to complete your classwork assignments which are mostly essays. Join a bar association and read articles on good legal writing. You are not sitting before a law professor so if you do not possess a legal mind do not send in boring papers without doing proper legal research.I finished and graduated on 7/8/2008 but still paying tuition because of a 06 to 08 divorce, ex wife tried to present evidence of unauthorized practice of law due to family asset protection with out of state entities.The judges in the juvenville and district cts recognized me as having attorney status. If you just got to get on the "I want to be a attorney" bandwagon, there is good profitable work in the mediation field where you can use your jd degree. I have began to work on my website garykilgorejd.law.officelive.
« on: June 26, 2007, 01:33:53 AM »
It was my understanding that it was a sham law school. That thier degree does not allow you to sit for any bars and that the two owners live in Europe. I would not suggest it. Google them online.... and you will be able to locate the suits that were filed for the fraud.
I am a Law Student at Novus Law School and I'm reading your statement that it is your understanding that Novus is a sham law school, and then I'm reading where you misspelled "thier" degree does not allow you to sit for any bars and that the two of the owners live in Europe. You further claim that you can Google them online and you'll be able to locate lawsuits that were filed against them for fraud.
I personally know two of the professors that teach at Novus, as the president of the school and they live in California, where I live. I also know (and did Google) that there are no lawsuits filed against them at present, nor have there ever been. I have been an arbitrator and a mediator for over 15 years, and I'm not seeking to take a bar, but I do understand and it was explained to me how attorney supervised study works and how you can earn a degree and become an attorney by combining law study with attorney supervised study. I verified this with the American Bar Association, which Novus Law School provides a direct link to on their website.
In light of all this, I would say that your statements are either delusional or outright lies. I have no way of knowing why you would print such statements when any person can easily verify through the American Bar Association and by Googling as you suggested, that Novus is a Law School with an excellent reputation assisting students throughout the US and attorney supervised study and for specialized practice fields like mine.
« on: April 18, 2006, 09:49:18 PM »
I suppose now we are at the right forum. I do not want to talk how bad or good DL schools are. I will eventually end up at SMU. My purpose with this program is to study new york and texas law. If you are that curious about novus, I will discuss my course of studies thus far and what you can expect. They have a good enough program to be accepted by UPS, who is my employer, and possibley a position as a labor attorney with the company. Remember, judges do not throw documents out of court because of a word misspelled. They just strike through the word. If you have passed the lsat, and enrolled in a 4 year law school, why are you wasting your time on this section of the website?
« on: April 17, 2006, 10:35:44 PM »
No, not moving to Canada. You are a american citizen, I suppose. Just call them up and interview with Dr. Thomas Phd. JD. I sure he will advise you if you are law student material. I do not get the point of these discussions. If you are enrolled in any law program, I am trying to figure out when you have the time to talk to anybody.I currently read Gilbert Law Summary's and have a final project to complete which is 50 to 75 pages long. I practice on Amicus Attorney law office software. I am registered with the LSAC, take mediation courses at SMU Plano campus, plan to take bar in New York, one of the states that allow Distance Learning to sit for bar. So stop trying to take the easy street to be a license attorney, you know, those perople that are officer's of the court. Do something Pro Bono, help some learn the law, get a life. I happened upon this site by mistake, which has proven to be a worthless mistake. Was looking for some good law students. apparently not here.
« on: April 17, 2006, 12:44:25 AM »
This is law4justice, and would like to inquire into the type of law studies you are involved in ?
« on: April 10, 2006, 08:18:14 PM »
I have thought through your question carefully, and this time will hold any comment on the school or it's policies.
« on: April 02, 2006, 11:48:55 PM »
Looking for other students enrolled in the Novus University Juris Doctor Program.
« on: April 02, 2006, 10:46:58 PM »
I am currently enrolled in the Novus University Juris Doctor Law program. I enrolled because I work full time and unable to attend SMU Law program. Please understand that the bricks and mortar versus virtual will win out for some time to come, not because the students are smarter, but online would take too much from traditional law schools. This is my 3rd year with novus, a member of the new york state bar association, and on their wills and trust committe. When I join the bar association, the a[[lication used stated that I was a NovusU law student. With the anticipation of getting a law degree, I will start my own law firm with a correspondant out of new york, which is where one should probably seek setting for the bar from a online school.