« on: December 05, 2014, 06:58:42 PM »
"I looked into the Bahamas once (just for kicks) and they told me you had to have an undergrad in Commonwealth law, BUT that it only had to be a two year undergrad degree. Is the UK the same way? (same commonwealth)"
Caribbean is different from the UK. Practitioners are attorneys unless they come in via the British Overseas territories which have attorneys, solicitors, and barristers. England and Wales allows a 3 year LLB but you then have to enter into a training contract. For most folks, the best and only way to go with a distance learning law program is a California school and the dismal pass rate that goes with it - 5 to 1 against or more.