« on: January 22, 2007, 12:09:23 PM »
To go DL and pass the CA bar, you must be good.
Kathleen Sullivan, the editor of my con law book and former dean of Stanford Law, failed the CA bar.
Lawafter40, I agree with you on many of your points. Success is not measured on where you went to school, but on the results you can deliver in the real world. I would never look down on anyone because of where they went to school. If DL fits their needs, then I think it's a great option. Also, a fancy law school and strong study habits does not guarantee you will pass the bar exam. We had 3 associates who graduated in the top 20% of their Ivy League class fail the CA bar this year. Penn, GTown, Harvard. Go figure.