wow i made a typo on an internet board, i must be a non aba dl now. No my parents do not know I am on an adult message board although your daughter does, tell her I will pick her up at 10.
I apologize. I had you pegged all wrong; it seems you may be somewhere between the ages of 12-17, though lacking in formal education.
Also, based on the above post, I can assume A) you try to pick up girls on internet message boards (probably resulting from a failure to do so by more traditional means) and B) the girls you try to pick up are within the age range of those still living at home (high school and younger- so you're possibly a pedophile), or C) you're so lacking in creativity that you still use jokes from 15 years ago; AND D) you'll never make a good lawyer or law student because you make hasty and erroneous assumptions (I am a 25 yr. old full-time JD/MPH student at GW, engaged with no children).
In sum, I am saddened by the possibility that you might be a law student somewhere and that some poor client someday might have to rely on your advice. It wasn't just your typo, everybody has them, but it was your surprisingly ignorant reasoning combined with it.
As far as the OP goes, I don't see purely online law schools being ABA recognized any time in the near future. However, I feel that their utility is one that shouldn't be overlooked. It is only fair that those who do not have the option of attending a traditional law school be given the opportunity to sit for the bar; if they pass, you learn most of what you know in practice on the job anyway.