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Northwestern California School of Law / Re: Good Online School
« on: December 17, 2011, 08:50:55 PM »

I am also thinking of going to NWCU early next year. I have researched about this school a lot and it seems a pretty good choice if you are having a family and can't relocate. Tuition is very reasonable compared to other schools. The only downfall I found is that you have to do 4 years of JD where as other places it can be done in 2 to 3 years..

Please share information here regarding NWCU and hopefully we can communicate here more often...

Thank You,

Thank you for your reply...

I live in IL... The reason I said I can't afford to move is because my husband has a very good job and we have no problem of finance. I really want to specialize in "Immigration Law" and once I have the degree or certification I want to practice either in CA or in FL. What is LLM?? Without completing JD, can you practice as a lawyer, let's say in CA ??

I have researched there is a certification course in "Immigration Law" which can be completed from a online school.

Thank You,

Hello Everyone,

I am new to this dicussion forum and I need you all's input/advice to my questions.. I will be finishing my B.A. in Business Administration in few months and was planning to study Immgration Law. I live in a very small town and I can't afford to move to a bigger city that has a well-known Law school. I am thinking of enrolling in a good online law school were I can finish my degree soon.

Please recommend good well-known online law schools.. I have done a little research and found out that LSAT exam is required to get admission into any law school even if it is online law school, is that true ?? Also, before studying Immigration law, Do we have to have JD done ? Please advise/share any additional information pertaining to "Immigration Law"...

Thank you so very much...

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