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As I recall, it was the cheapest--but something about their presentation just didn't look right to me.

That is a totally subjective opinion, I realize.

Have you read "The Law School Bible," by Peter Loughlin?  You can get a new copy on amazon.com for about $20.00.  I would recommend read that, and then if you still go with West Coast, you'll know you made the right decision.

(I would consider spending a couple extra bucks for Northwestern California University; but I don't "have a dog in this hunt," as we say in the South.)

Good luck to you, whatever you do!
chaser

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One option that not too many people know about is that you can get your JD from a distance-learning school in about 3 years, then attempt to get accepted to an ABA school that has an LL.M. (Legum Master) program and get a post-Doctorate Master.  Depending on how long it takes to complete one's Master's Thesis, a post-Doctorate Master can be completed in as quick as one year.

This would, in a way, put you in the top 3% of legal professionals, since only about 3% of practicing lawyers have a post-Doctorate Master.  It also cancels out the "stigma"--real or imagined--of the distance-learning school.

(This strategy would, of course, be contingent on acceptance by the ABA school into their LL.M. program.)

chaser

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Does anyone know of--or want to start--a study group for distance-learning law school students in the Atlanta, GA area?

I am a first-year student at NWCU.

Thank you,
chaser

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