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Messages - ladylawyer065
« on: July 02, 2010, 03:08:59 AM »
Wow what happened here, To clarify what I meant was I did not know what B & M meant is all . I certainly hope I haven't hurt anyones feelings ........... Being from the south we say Mister , MRS , no harm intended .
« on: July 01, 2010, 03:15:13 PM »
"Ideally, you would want all attorneys to work at a much higher standard than that required on the bar exam."
I agree, but I would contend that the bar exam should be harder, not that people should be excluded from taking it because of where/how they received their education. This would also help relieve the glut of attorneys, as more b&m students would fail the bar.
What exactly do you mean by your comment "as more b&m students would fail the bar" what ethnic groups are you saying because it seems that is exactly what you are saying . IF so explain yourself MISTER .
« on: June 20, 2010, 06:26:30 PM »
Hi, I love learning law , not surprized at anything. I have learned from my other school that sometimes it's who ya know that gets ya in the door. Sad but true. I had fellow students that started same as me that had someone mentor them and they would brag that others like me wanted to join their little group of 6 . that sad part is not realizing that they are getting help just like the next person wants....well I have never asked and wish them the best. Having said that I would help anyone that asked for help. I know there are ways to make all of this easy , sorta like a short cut to the rule memorization,LOL But any way You're right some may disagree with you , I would not let it bother me at all ....................
« on: June 19, 2010, 12:40:50 AM »
That is great what school do you attend???How is evidence going. I haven't taken that yet but have experirnce with the MCQ's . Do you belong to a study group? Have you taken the FYSLX yet and if so how did you do?
« on: June 18, 2010, 12:49:42 AM »
Hi , I have not thought about that part before but according to the ABA rules for louisiana you must have graduated for an ABA law school to even sit for the bar , having said that I will check to see if there may be another way like California that does Apprentice or office study ....... not holding out for that too much since there are so many other rules .If I could take the bar in Louisiana that would be awsome because I do good on Essays .what year are you in btw???
« on: June 17, 2010, 06:26:16 PM »
Wow, that is awsome have you ever tried barreviewcafe.com that have multiple choice questions as well. I tried adaptabar, PMBR cd's you also might want to check out this site http://www.all4jds.com
they have awsome information but you have to be a member to view . I have learned so much from that site in the last few days than I have all year.I wish yo could locate the article I would love to read that. How do you do on MCQ's ??TTL.
« on: June 17, 2010, 02:23:55 PM »
Thanks for the reply , for now I plan to get through 1L and pass the baby bar and go from there . My daughter would not want to move and leave all of her friends .I definately would not pack up & move , leave my job and have nothing planned ahead . Having family in Ca is fine but this is something I alone have to do and if I decided to move I would for sure have a job in place before making a move. Right now I am looking forward to beating 1L and I have been compiling MBE questions of a pattern that were wrong and studying to reasonings and frequency of such questions and what is being asked on MCQ's because obviosly there is a trick to the trick questions and it's all about how to answer MBE's and what the call of the question really is asking .How has your experirnce been so far?? any tips on MBE's
« on: June 17, 2010, 12:21:06 AM »
Hey, actually I have both degree's , I told you I mean business when it comes to school. I graduated in 06 with my AA and 2008 with my Ba at Kaplan university.Then went to concord . what about you? what year are you in ?? I love debating and arguing both sides of a case,. I do ok in everything but Contracts LOL.
« on: June 16, 2010, 08:30:18 PM »
I have family in Ca , I have not decided on moving at this point . I could move there easily if I wanted to. I do know that I could practice at the federal level which I am interested in anyway,I know that online has a lot of what if''s but I will face things as they come up. For now I just want to get my JD and go from there . If there was a local law school I would not be online and having to deal with any of this .Now the Baby bar.hum ..........it should hopefully be ok so long as I am ready , which I feel I will be .
« on: June 16, 2010, 11:59:39 AM »
I live in Northern Louisiana and to attend Lawschool here they are all down south5 hours away snd I have a 14 yr old , not like I could leave and attend school.I really appreciate your reply. I chose online for the same reason my child . My grades mostly were 65, 70, 75 on essays the MCQ's is where I have trouble. Before attending Concord my GPA was 3.7 after concord that quickly went to c's &d's . I know it's because of not being focused and being able to study because of working , I just couldn't keep up . where is this school located your talking about? I plan to check it out.How do you deal with your classes , what study aids do you use ? Fenz, sum & substance cd's if so which ones? Just so you know I plan to get back in the game and study like I should have to learn this stuff.