« Last post by Kobayashi Maru on August 15, 2016, 04:31:32 PM »
Again.........you mistake "us" for "they"........They are not.I tend to agree, those who the nanny state is trying to protect are too stupid and arrogant to understand the odds of ever becoming a lawyer though distance learning. I calculated the odds as 20-1 against when I undertook distance learning and knew that if I made it past the First Year Bar exam - the odds improve to 5-1 against.
People misuse words like "nannystate". Based on that math telling stores NOT to use lead paint in your cupcake frosting is "nannystate"
Anyone who spent even 30 minutes researching online law schools would stumble upon California State Bar pass statistics which tell most of the story. If you want to pass the bar, an online school is the worst alternative. It really works only for those unable to attend a ABA or California bar approved law school. Distance education on the other hands can work just fine in legal systems that do not require a bar exam as in England.
PROTECT OUR RETARDS AMERICA!!!!!!!!!!