« on: January 13, 2013, 12:17:48 PM »
@ Financialtaxguy - California Bar Examiners makes no distinction between an online LLB or ground LLB. I spoke to the Bar Examiners, spoke to the actual person who wrote the rules to the link you provided and I got the 411 from the persons mouth. I asked all the tough questions that I recieved from this board, the examiner laughed how folks try to interpret the rules and tell them what it suppose to be. The examiner who wrote the rules was very helpful and broke the rules down for me and even walked me through the process online.
Also, I personally know someone that graduated from Florida Coastal online LLM in October 2012, they are taking the California Bar in February 2013, their law degree is in civil law. Also, their are a couple online LLM Programs in American Legal Studies online that gear their curriculum to meet the California Bar Requirements. Some of the schools are FCSL, Regent, Washington University at St. Louis, and John F. Kennedy. I have written communication and verbal communication on the first 3 law schools, you dont have to be a lawyer to be accepted in their program, a qualifying LLB will be just fine.