« on: August 02, 2013, 11:04:35 AM »
I'd take 20% over 0% anyday.
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« on: August 02, 2013, 10:44:26 AM »
Dr. Paschal Baxter DC is a Chiropracter as has been reported here previously:
He also appears to be an inactive member of the NC Bar:
« on: August 01, 2013, 10:00:45 PM »
Well who is on the faculty? The website lists no one. In fact who is the "dean" of the esteemed "law school?"
At a California registered distance learning school, I'd say the odds are at least 20% or better of passing the bar if you get past the baby bar. That beats no chance since M*SL or N++VUS can't seem to name a single graudate who passed a bar, any bar. Check Taft Law School - they list alumni who successfully passed the bar.
Mid Atlantic will not qualify as a distance learning law school in California for a number of reasons that have nothing to do with where it is incorporated:
How about utter lack of faculty or any licensed attorneys for starters?
No M*SL student will admitted to the California or DC Bars - the apocryphal stories by N##VUS and M#SL involve would be lawyers studying in maybe law offices - it is just a sad scam and the true believers will not admit reality. Reality check - How come no one associated with those schools (including so called deans) is actually a member of a bar?
REALLY GOOD LEGAL LOGIC - m*sl is just same as good as one of the dawgon California schools 'cept you can't take the bar, can't become lawyer and the degree is completely unaccredited and the school is a sham and run from an offshore mail drop, did I mention the website looks like it was done in Wordpress by someone's 12 year brother? You might as well just get a diploma mill JD and cut out the middleman.
« on: July 17, 2013, 11:04:53 PM »
A certain Mr. Obama was a law professor with little or no actual experience practicing law though I am sure his former students are pleased with the outcome as it makes a nice story.
« on: July 17, 2013, 11:02:22 PM »
Some law school professors get to be members of the bar w/out actually taking the bar depending on state law.
But to teach law why would one need to pass a bar? Some law professors have minimal actual practice experience. First Year legal writing is almost always taught by a third year student at many schools.