« on: April 14, 2014, 09:34:23 PM »
Since Concord unlike any other DL law School is actually a regionally accredited school same as any university through its affiliation with Kaplan, the EJD is similar to a MLS (Masters in Legal Studies). The 2 year MLS which Kaplan offers is actually a more versatile degree and is useful in government and for advancement as a paralegal. Neither one will qualify you to be a lawyer though. It is possible Concord filled its quota (though hard to believe) and had spaces in the EJD. More likely your writing and academic skills were not up to snuff according to Concord and thus they thought you a poor candidate to get past the FYLSE.