But that's what I said from the start, only a slightly delusional individual would go into online law school if their initial goal was anything other than solo practice in California.
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Why "concede?" That's what I'm calling "... lame, subjective, and unsupported ..." It only encourages narrow minded people to believe they have some sort of plausible argument. The other guy's argument shouldn't even be considered as having any sort of merit.
Like it or not, he makes a very plausible argument. I agree with you insofar as the correct definition of "success" is arguable. But it's just silly to ignore the fact that a graduate of an online law school is going to be hampered, rightfully so or not, with more than a few career hurdles. A few of which will never be successfully navigated, no matter how brilliant the individual may be. For instance, no one from an online law school will ever sit on the U.S. Supreme Court.
My dear, who do you think the results of legal research are directed to? I think I can spell it out for you. Legal research projects means attorneys are the paralegals' clients. You really need to do your homework before you post comments.