FreshlyMinted, I can't decide whether you truly don't understand what we wrote or you are a very good, subtle troll. I'm hoping for the latter for you personally, even though it wouldn't be great for the board.
Yes, that would be a real online LLM from England. It does not require a previous law degree. However, unlike their LLB, I don't see how it qualifies one to be a solicitor or attorney.
The courses deal with specialized areas of the law, not basic law.
However, it does look like a great alternative to say a regionally accredited Masters in Legal Studies from Kaplan University.
But unless bar admission committees are bone stupid, it won't get anyone a bar ticket.