« on: July 10, 2012, 07:24:20 PM »
The colder the climate and further north, the easier it may be to get into law school.
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Taking one class at a time allows a student to familiarize themselve with new concepts, very useful if you have no previous legal frame of reference.
Well, yeah, but hey zeus marimba, how long do you want this process to take? One class at a time? 3 classes a year? It would take a decade to finish law school that way.
I don't like Concord because they take multiple classes at once. I think it would be better to take one, or no more than two classes at a time. Concord doesn't have a video demo of the instructor teaching class like some of the other schools do. I also don't have the bachelors to get into Concord. I need like 7 more classes. So I might have to go to one of the other schools.
I'm genuinely curious about this. Please tell me why you think it would be better to take one class at a time
Ask your mommy. I'm beginng to think there are a bunch of retards on this forum. I quit posting to this forum a while back and I am going to stop posting again. Too many uneducated people on here asking stupid common sense questions. I'm not responding to to stupid questions.
EVERY State bar within the United States of America will accept a foreign law degree as long as it is from a common law country. There is no argument about it. We accept them.
Not sure where to direct you, but I heard that there are some online foreign law schools that are reasonably priced at under $4000.00 for an entire 4 year law degree. Every State bar within the united states accepts foreign law degrees and will allow you to sit any state bar. This includes online foreign law degrees. The problem with this, is that other countries have different laws, so it would be difficult to learn, or rather difficult to pass the American state bar since you are learning a different countries law. For example, other countries do not have the constitution and we do.
Yeah, must be a troll (or a mental invalid)
If a school is truely approved as a lawschool by its state bar, then the state it can practice is THAT SAME STATE.
If just approved as a school but not as a lawschool, then NO WHERE. (refer to other anwers given to you on same question)