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So what's the latest news on online law school applying for ABA accreditation? Has any of these online law schools lately applied for ABA approval and what ones? A link would be helpful if you can provide one. Thanks.

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I'd go to Concord. They are not the "cheapest" but are Regionally Accredited and accept student loans. They even (I believe) cut you a check each term to cover your book and pencils and the like.
http://law.concordlawschool.edu/?source=SF08904&kp_vendorID=61599&utm_source=MSN&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=CLS%2DBrand%2D2014%2DGeneral%2DExact&utm_term=74324841-VQ2-{network}-VQ6-{creative}-VQ16-c


The "cheapest" would be to just study under an attorney. CA lets you do that for 4 years and then sit the bar exam (first year bar exam still required too same as online schools)
The trick is finding an attorney to take you under their wing though.

Don't go to Concord. They have bad student reviews and low baby bar and bar pass ratio. Read the reviews here,
http://www.onlinedegreereviews.org/college/concord-law-school-reviews/

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Distance Education Law Schools / Baby bar test scores
« on: December 21, 2014, 12:30:11 AM »
So here are the baby bar test scores for those California online law schools. Concord only had 20% pass ratio, and a few others had worse. So why does everybody want to attend Concord if their students cant even pass the bar? Abraham Lincoln and Taft are even worse. These online law schools have very bad pass ratios for the bar. See for yourself.
http://admissions.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/4/documents/fyx/June2014fylxstats102814_R.pdf

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I think Cooley law school lets students in with a 120 LSAT score. They don't care, because they just want your $35,000 a year.

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Thanks for the link. Yes, I confirmed Concord is regionally accredited, but they still are not ABA accredited. I'm not sure how a regionally accredited law school would help in any way, because they still aren't ABA accredited.
I also don't think financial aid such as government Pell grants can be used for education above a bachelor degree - such as a master degree, or  J.D.

Although Concord is considered the Cadillac of online law schools, they still have a low pass rate. None of these online law schools have good pass ratios.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Touro College vs. Novus
« on: December 17, 2014, 03:10:31 AM »
So does anybody know of an American university that recognizes Novus as an foreign law school? Some schools must be accepting these students. Which ones accept Novus? 

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They are not regionally accredited. There are only 6 regionally accrediting bodies in the United States. What body are they accredited under?

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Wanted: Fleming's first year baby bar audio and books. Anybody have these? How much?

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: NWCU by the numbers
« on: December 14, 2014, 02:02:11 PM »
NWCU also told me they have 600 students just the other day on the phone. I think they're lying just to get students in the door because nobody can seem to post a link proving otherwise. Where is the evidence to the 600 students? If they had 600 students, then why are only 10 students taking the baby bar? I don't think they have 600 students.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Touro College vs. Novus
« on: December 14, 2014, 09:39:40 AM »
Somebody please post a link to the physical complaint so we can read it.  Thank you.

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