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It is great to hear!

Thank you very much for your topic and please keep me posted!

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL?
« on: July 04, 2009, 03:28:43 AM »
I have been a student at Novus Law School for about 18 months. I don't plan on taking the bar and just want to learn the discipline of law, use it in my job as director of a background screening company, and generally challenge myself. It really is self study with very little academic support. I don't understand some of the grades that are given and when I challenge them, the response seems as if they have not read my essays. I am almost done and have waited for my last grade for over a month. I am growing concerned that they may have gone belly-up. They don't answer my emails or phone calls. Does anyone know anything?

Hi gemhotline,


I am a student at Novus too, but I do not have much experiences to help you for this. I think you can contact their student service at phone number 818-392-8260 or email student@nulaw.org.

Hope this helps.

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D.L

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: June 18, 2009, 11:48:48 PM »
Fair enough man, I find it hard to try to argue when someone keeps being so polite, so I won't. Novus is your choice and I respect that even if I dont recommend it to others.

Seriously though, why do you only post here and not in the other subjects too if you are authenticly interested in law?

You seem like a very professional person. I respect that. That being said, you only post about Novus, it seems to me like you are just here to advertise for them.

Besides, what would you do with an unaccredited degree if you didnt become a lawyer? What purpose would it serve?

Hi JD2013,


I really appreciate for all your messages here and I am very happy to know you. I am working in computer industry and I study law for my knowledge that helps me a lot in my life.

Please let me know if you have any questions and keep me posted for all your knowledge.


Thank you,
D.L


Hi JD2013,


Thank you very much for your time and I have changed my topic's name to "ONLINE LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP" that is for all online law students. So, we can share and help each other to study well and achieve our goals.

Of course, I will join in the other subjects too.


Thanks,
D.L

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: June 18, 2009, 12:25:17 PM »
You seem like a very professional person. I respect that. That being said, you only post about Novus, it seems to me like you are just here to advertise for them.

Besides, what would you do with an unaccredited degree if you didnt become a lawyer? What purpose would it serve?

Hi JD2013,


I really appreciate for all your messages here and I am very happy to know you. I am working in computer industry and I study law for my knowledge that helps me a lot in my life.

Please let me know if you have any questions and keep me posted for all your knowledge.


Thank you,
D.L

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: June 18, 2009, 02:56:18 AM »
Please correct me if I am wrong,but isn't Novus WORTHLESS! It isn't accredited by ANYONE! Not even state approved anywhere.
That makes it ILLEGAL to use in many states due to state laws. You literall want to get people arrested.

That plus the only way to get licensed without a degree is the Lawyer Apprentice program, and if they do that then they dont need you. They would be under a lawyer or judge and wouldn't need your ripoff company to help them. In fact even those people cant legally put JD under their name with or without your school. You should be arrested.


I have read the "law school bible" how to be a lawyer without setting a foot in college. It dosnt mention Novus.


Wow, there are many people in here and I am happy to say Hi to all you  :). I have to finish my "JDP 501" course this month and it is hard for me to balance between work and studies. But, I will try my best and finish it.

I recommend a popular book names "Law School Bible" by Peter J. Loughlin to everyone who wants to achieve your goal and not able to take advantage of traditional law school programs. So, I believe that you will make a decision right away after you finish reading this book.

Hi JD2013,

Yes, you do not need to go with Novus, and you have many different choices. Please think carefully before you decide to go with any online law school or traditional law school.

Wish you the best!  :)


Hi JD2013,


First of all, I need to tell you that I do not recommend anyone to go with Novus and I just want to share my own experiences in here. However, you can go to this website http://www.ncbex.org/comprehensive-guide-to-bar-admissions/ to find more details.

I agreed with you that Novus isn't accredited by anyone or approved by any state bar association, so you can go to an online accredited law school (Concord Law School) if you want. The reason I attended Novus because it provided exactly what I want and it doesn't mean I can be a lawyer with its JD degree.

Anyway, many thanks for your time and please remember your future will depend on what you are doing today. I recommend you do more research for all online law schools or traditional law schools carefully before make your own decision.


Best regards,
D.L

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: June 17, 2009, 03:26:15 PM »
I have read the "law school bible" how to be a lawyer without setting a foot in college. It dosnt mention Novus.


Wow, there are many people in here and I am happy to say Hi to all you  :). I have to finish my "JDP 501" course this month and it is hard for me to balance between work and studies. But, I will try my best and finish it.

I recommend a popular book names "Law School Bible" by Peter J. Loughlin to everyone who wants to achieve your goal and not able to take advantage of traditional law school programs. So, I believe that you will make a decision right away after you finish reading this book.

Hi JD2013,

Yes, you do not need to go with Novus, and you have many different choices. Please think carefully before you decide to go with any online law school or traditional law school.

Wish you the best!  :)

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: June 17, 2009, 03:29:33 AM »
Wow, there are many people in here and I am happy to say Hi to all you  :). I have to finish my "JDP 501" course this month and it is hard for me to balance between work and studies. But, I will try my best and finish it.

I recommend a popular book names "Law School Bible" by Peter J. Loughlin to everyone who wants to achieve your goal and not able to take advantage of traditional law school programs. So, I believe that you will make a decision right away after you finish reading this book.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NOVUS LAW SCHOOL?
« on: March 19, 2009, 03:28:09 AM »
Hi!

I have created a topic for all students of Novus Law School at this URL: http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4018736.0.html, so I encourage everyone posts your questions and your experiences in here.

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Distance Education Law Schools / ONLINE LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP
« on: March 19, 2009, 03:21:20 AM »
I am a student at Novus University “Novus Law School” and I enrolled at this online school since September 2008. I open this topic because I saw so many Novus Law School students have mentioned about study group, so I invite everyone who likes to discuss or share your study experiences in here.

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