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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 22, 2012, 09:18:56 PM »
Con gradulations may be use have your Degree from H ARVARD ..Any way the rules states under rule 46 i can travel this route ,we will see.Right now with my busy life i can not sit in a class so we have to dis agree..RON A  BBA- MBA

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 22, 2012, 07:31:50 PM »
You guys make me laugh.You are snobs.Did any one of you guys graduate from a first tier law school. Did any one graduate from an ABA BRICK AND MORTAR SCHOOL.HARVARD ANY ONE MAYBE YALE ,NO WAY, I KNOW YOU HAVE NOT..TAFT CONCORD YES .Those schools do not mean any thing..Yes ALOT OF MONEY SPENT.IF ANY ONE OF YOU WERE ON law review i would love to chat.You make make beleve you are EXPERTS BY WHO..Passing a BAR FROM A NO MAME NON ABA SCHOOL SHOULD NOT MAKE YOU AND ELITESS..Get over your selfs..RON A.. BBA -MBA  PS..THESE SCHOOLS LIKE MASL EXCEPT ANY ONE AND DO NOT REQUIRE THE LSAT...

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 21, 2012, 11:04:54 AM »
Ronald, I WILL SAY IT VERY CLEAR READ MY LIPS,YOU GUYS ARE SNOBS AND PROFEFFIONAL STUDENTS.YOU DO  HAVE ANY AUTORITY, THIS IS YOUR OPIOION.If a student passes the Bar how many cases are there where they do not let them pratice or admit them into the bar?IF a student gets through MASL,including there final project and get accepted to a ABA brick and mortar school.Under rule 46 .They are just as qualfied has a Graduate of a Non ABA CALIF SCHOOL.That is the law.THEY WOULD OF SPENT MORE MONEY THIS WAY. ABA SCHOOLS ARE VERY EXPENSIVE  IN NY .If states including NY LET PEOPLE WORK UNDER A ATTORNEY THEN TAKE ABA COURSES TO SIT FOR THERE BAR WHY PICK ON RULE46 OR ON NOVUS OR MASL.NOVUS IS JUST TO DAMM EXPENSIVE CHARGING $10,000 SHAME ON THEM..RON A. AS -BBA -MBA -Student MSAL

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 20, 2012, 10:18:37 PM »
hi Angie i tried to Email you but it did not go through i have aol.May be you can E mail me aiu57@aol.com.  Ron A..

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 20, 2012, 04:55:56 PM »
I GUESS THERE ARE ALOT OF OPIONIONS ON HERE.I guess you did not read Passaroa25 thread.She claims to point out there are 2 graduates of MASL ONE IS TAKING THE 26 credits in a ABA school getting ready for the DC bar.One thing is clear most students say good things about Gilbert books. You do not but, they are complete and cheap.May be a $300  HARDCOVER BOOK WOULD BE BETTER LOL.I am not intrested in the Baby BAR in CALIF, WHICH LESS THEN 20% pass .I think passing that test is great if you live near there or want to practice there. That test is most likely harder then the BAR.I LIVE ON THE EAST COAST.I think MASL  is very clear they are working on getting accredited ,right now at $1500 complete that seems  VERY FAIR FOR WHAT THEY ARE.I DO NOT THINK PEOPLE WOULD OR COULD STUDY ON THERE OWN .You can spend $1600 per credit in a ABA school or spend $10,000 or $15,000 for a Calif non ABA SCHOOL.WHAT IS YOUR EDUATION BACK GROUND ARE YOU A ATTORNEY ? Did you ever take a on line course or gain a degree from just a school.?I WILL SAY IT AGAIN MASL is great for people who understand the rules and want to study law and not spend thousands of dallors which they most likely do not have..Ron A . AS- BBA- MBA

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 20, 2012, 11:55:21 AM »
Thanks angie i will take your advice and i hope we helped other students.Yes it is an up hill stuggle,but spending $1600 to $1700 per credit at a ABA approved school in NY does not work for me.I WILL E MAIL YOU.I NEED A SAMPLE OUT LINE.Also if you know what school the other person went to for his 26 credits for Rule 46 i would apprecate that.Every one has different needs as a Law student and this is what the nay sayers have to understand.Thanks again Ron A ..BBA -MBA   

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 19, 2012, 10:59:33 PM »
YOU TALK WITH SUCH AUTHORITY..//WHAT ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS ARE YOU A LICENSED ATTORNEY IN ANY STATE.. And where did you go to school and what degrees do you hold..      You have alot of threads all over this site down grading on line Education.HAVE YOU EVER TRIED ON LINE COURSES OF ANY KIND.I did my Undergraduate work at IONA COLLEGE AND ST JOHNS UNVERSITY BRICK AND MORTAR SCHOOLS.I RECEIVED MY MBA AT AIU ON LINE AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL.WITH ALL YOUR STRONG OPINIONS, PUTING DOWN SCHOOLS AND PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS THAT WANT TO FURTHER THERE EDUCATION ,WHAT MAKES YOU THE JUDGE AND JURY... RON A  ...AS -BBA-MBA ..

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 19, 2012, 02:42:57 PM »
Thanks Angie,how much time does one have to complete the module ?I also found that Gilbert has different additions some from 2004 to 2011 .I  am on a limited budget and what to buy a used book.Can i buy an old addition or do i have to buy the most current?I also would like to here from other students ,who are in M ASl or Novus..   And any one who has Graduated or you has taken the Bar..Ron A.. BBA-MBA

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hi ,i have seen many posts from people like you  down grading any one trying to get ahead through on line education .Have you ever tried it and what schools did you graduate? RON A. BBA-MBA

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Mid-Atlantic School of Law
« on: August 18, 2012, 11:12:56 PM »
You really think  thr DC Bar reads these boards thats a joke.Again read the DC RULE 46 i can not keep repeating it.I AM PUTTING IT OUT THERE IF ANY ONE FROM ANY OF THESE 2 SCHOOLS HAVE TAKEN ANY BAR PLEASE POST IT..I think they are out there.Do you think you can take any STUDENT LOAN FOR ANY non ABA SCHOOL/? I THINK NOT .YOU HAVE A BETTER CHANCE OF GETTING A LOAN GOING to TOURO AN ABA approved Top Law school then any of these low level schools including Concord or any other high priced Non ABA school..I AM NOT SAYING MASL is great for every one but if you really want to learn the Law and put the time in and do not have alot to spend it is not a bad choice..Amen..

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