« on: October 02, 2014, 09:44:35 AM »
Yes, that was a reply to a previous poster's comment comparing a hot dog to Mid-Atlantic. For some reason, it doesn't always quote the post I'm replying to...
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It makes me wonder how this came about. Did WM beg, plead, and bribe the ABA to allow this or has the ABA been considering a trial and picked WM as the best candidate to control...er, I mean experiment with?
Wow, is this some type of A.B.A. authorized experiment? The first few schools to get in on this type of program stand to make a lot of money with an influx of students who have been waiting for something like this. If it truly is the beginning trial of something to come, there will be some money to be made for the next several years.
« on: April 18, 2014, 09:27:39 AM »
I agree with the general direction given by the other posters.
The Dean listed a link on the CA bar web site that has information for all the DL schools. You indicated you are looking in to NWCU. They have one of the best track records and it is a long record. You may also want to consider Taft. They have been around a while too, and they are accredited by DETC, which would benefit nothing in the legal profession, but may help with acceptance of the degree in general, federal financial aid, and employer reimbursement.
Why did you pick Concord in the first place. Was it all you heard about? There are quite a few out there. Do your research as others have suggested and you will likely find something you like.
Finally, as a few others have mentioned, why did you fail? It is also my understanding Concord's entrance standards are rather low. If that low hurdle is too low, maybe law study isn't for you. Some of the DL schools seem to have no entrance standards--except for the money. We've probably all done bad on a test or two, but you should seriously examine what went wrong and consider how that will affect your study of law for four years.
Good luck. If you would, please, keep us posted.
« on: February 05, 2014, 10:51:46 AM »
Wow, 33% is pretty good for a DL school. Uh, but wait, yes, you said it was only one person, didn't you. AH should have not let the other two sit for this one and they'd have had a 100% rating! Oh well.
« on: December 03, 2013, 06:21:37 AM »
RD, please keep us updated on your progress. I'm sure you know there are nay-sayers here that will tell you it is a tough row to hoe (and they are correct). DL is for 'everyone' but not 'everyone' can succeed. If you are self motivated and self disciplined, you can succeed. If you are not, it will be easy to put off work and keep putting it off until you are too far behind (but we all know this, right?).
I wish you well and hope the nay-sayers won't keep you from logging on from time to time and sharing your experience with DL. I still hope to do this some day and every real perspective is valuable to me.
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