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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Non-Bar Law Degree
« on: February 05, 2008, 03:04:14 PM »
Dumbass. I said that they are fake if not bar approved. Online ones are bar approved. I never changed my mind. Learn to read.

you called them fake schools yourself.  you also talked about venting about it.  how quick you change your mind.
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It seems that many posts here dont even actually care about the subject of distance learning law. It will be curious to see how many of us are actually interested in it and how many are just wasting the other members time.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Non-Bar Law Degree
« on: February 03, 2008, 08:14:30 PM »
  First of all, you added the (non aba approved) part. Second, if you hate the bar laws so much, gee lets see......act like the lawyer that you want to be and get it changed. As for Novus, if it makes me a "tool" to want to discuss a law topic on a law forum, then I guess the tool I am is the plunger you need to remove the stick from up your ass. ;D

"I noticed some posts about Novus. Has anyone actually enrolled in it? How much did you pay before finding out the truth? What about other fake schools(non bar approved). Lets vent about it folks, lets here it."

quote from you from another thread.

tool.

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Distance Education Law Schools / state accredited law schools
« on: February 03, 2008, 05:16:22 PM »
Theres so much talk here on non-accredited and distance learning law schools that people seem to forget about state accredited law schools. They are non-aba approved but are often regionally accredited, full time(3year) on campus and approved for federal and state student loans. What are peoples opinions on those?

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Non-Bar Law Degree
« on: February 03, 2008, 05:13:38 PM »
Heres the real question folks. If you have ABA preference then why waste your time on the non-aba section of this forum that is meant for people who are into it? That would be like someone who hates state defence forces going to http://www.vajoe.com 

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Non-Bar Law Degree
« on: February 03, 2008, 03:06:05 PM »
You say that professors who graduated from aba schools wouldnt teach at non-aba schools. There are many flaws with that. For starters then why are graduates from high level regionally accredited schools like harvard teaching at online nationally accredited colleges such as calcoast U? That alone should prove some points.

As for the average joe careing about aba, give me a break. All that counts is results, and let me tell you why in real world examples. Most people who have CDL's get them from truck driving schools, but some get a "TIP" and learn at under a friend without schooling. My friend got his CDL that way. At first NO ONE would hire him without schooling due to limited experience. I payed for the school, and found that he was able to get hired in quicker than me at that point, becuase even though I had the school  he had found a place to hire him for awhile at a low wage for experience and after that experience spoke louder than a diploma from a school.

If a lawyer wins cases for his clients, they give "word of mouth" and they keep coming in. You may  have to tighten that belt for a few years while proving yourself, but you will prove it. Also, if an ABA lawyer wants $100 an hour and blue coller Joe cant afford it, he may want it, but wont get it, period.  If you offer him it at $50 an hour, he will take what he can afford if he really needs it. Walmart sells stuff way cheaper than other stores yet has a higher profit due to bulk sales. You may want to drive a BMW but if you cant afford it then you will drive a geo to get around, dispite your thoughts on what you'd prefer if you weren't who you are. Period.

If no non-aba lawyers can find work, then why do they? Why dont they all strave to death or committ group suicide? Tell me why if you know so much about it.

If non-aba is so bad, then why do other starts also have non-aba program in some other states also.(Its not just Cali if you actually look it up). Tell me that too while your at it.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Novus and other fake schools
« on: January 29, 2008, 05:31:34 PM »
I noticed some posts about Novus. Has anyone actually enrolled in it? How much did you pay before finding out the truth? What about other fake schools(non bar approved). Lets vent about it folks, lets here it.

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Distance Education Law Schools / Re: Non-Bar Law Degree
« on: January 29, 2008, 05:29:58 PM »
I for one only plan to practice in CA, although many states would let you transfer after a few year of practice. Several other states also have local only JD programs. I plan to practice private on the real street with real people not corporate raped my daughter and want to get away with it in jamaica type crap. I dont think the average factory worker sueing for back wages will care as long as you are licensed and he can afford you.

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Law Firms / apprenticeships
« on: January 28, 2008, 09:03:20 PM »
In some states you can get an apprenticeship and sit the bar without a full JD. Has anyone actually known of anyone that did that? If so how did they find the job, and what did they think it was like for them? Did they pass the bar after it?

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Distance Education Law Schools / student loans for non accredited schools
« on: January 27, 2008, 02:06:25 PM »
I will most likely use a bar accredited college, but some are non-accredited bar approved, so you can still be licensed. Astrive only covers accredited ones. In theory is there any loan agency that covers non accredited bar approved schools for student loans? If so list it.

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