« 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. com