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 on: December 14, 2014, 02:02:11 PM 
Started by law_dog - Last post by calvinexpress
NWCU also told me they have 600 students just the other day on the phone. I think they're lying just to get students in the door because nobody can seem to post a link proving otherwise. Where is the evidence to the 600 students? If they had 600 students, then why are only 10 students taking the baby bar? I don't think they have 600 students.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 09:39:40 AM 
Started by jonlevy - Last post by calvinexpress
Somebody please post a link to the physical complaint so we can read it.  Thank you.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:47:45 AM 
Started by lolapell - Last post by lolapell
please reply or vote at least. And if not please feel free to private message me. I appreciate anyones help.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:38:26 AM 
Started by cusc2011 - Last post by cusc2011
LOL that's funny.  Well go for it, best of luck to you on pursuing your education.  Where are you in the process?  I just have 1 yr left and I got to keep my job and career in tack while pursing a legal education. As far as going to law school full-time that is not an option and would not be a smart move for my situation.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:37:10 AM 
Started by lolapell - Last post by lolapell
Hi,

I have a quick question. Actually a long one, so I got in trouble my freshman year.. first semester. My mom was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and I was sexually assaulted during my first semester, everything started spiraling down, so I started not going to work or classes, and just lied on my time sheet and exaggerated my time hours, and even forged the timesheet a couple of times. I was tight on money because I was ashamed of asking my parents at such a difficult time, and resorted to wrongful ways, and take full responsilblity. After the incident, I was at the lowest point in my life, and that is how I was able to put my time into better things like religion and the things that mattered to me. I was suspended for a year, but never returned at my old school. Did four years at my current school, and time has passed,  I realized how much I hated being away from home, and I have never been in trouble since, kept a steady job 4 years, it was a dumb stupid and dishonest mistake... its been 4 years since the incident, and i regret it so much. I paid back the school the 263 dollars I earned dishonestly, and right after the infraction I interned at the DA's office, and became so interested in law. But now I dont know if this will keep me from getting into law school. And should i disclose? Should I even bother applying?

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:33:44 AM 
Started by calvinexpress - Last post by calvinexpress
What is the cheapest online law school, and how much is it?
I'm low on cash right now, so I can't pay top dollar.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:32:05 AM 
Started by passaroa25 - Last post by calvinexpress
Is this law school still open? I can't find a website for them. Anybody have a link?

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:11:04 AM 
Started by calgal27 - Last post by calvinexpress
I guess she flunked out within the first year. She never responded or kept us updated.

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 on: December 14, 2014, 12:02:13 AM 
Started by cusc2011 - Last post by Gunner.
I posted this thread over a year ago, I was still pursing my LLB at the time.  Whelp!  I graduated  a few months ago.  I had my degree evaluated by agency approved by the California Bar Examiners and the evaluation of my LLB was a success.  I will be starting in Jan 2015 an LLM program at an approved ABA school.  I will also be receiving tuition reimbursement from my employer which will keep my cost down.  Upon completion of my LLM, I will be eligible for the Washington State and California Bar exam.
This just strikes me as a waste of time and resources. Why spend twice the time? There are online CA ones if that was your goal. And if you get a 160 LSAT many of the lower ranked law schools will give you a free ride (even cheaper than what you did) And to be frank if you can't get a 160 LSAT you shouldn't be in law school anyways IMHO. Its meant to be a gatekeeper.

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 on: December 13, 2014, 11:04:44 PM 
Started by cusc2011 - Last post by cusc2011
I posted this thread over a year ago, I was still pursing my LLB at the time.  Whelp!  I graduated  a few months ago.  I had my degree evaluated by agency approved by the California Bar Examiners and the evaluation of my LLB was a success.  I will be starting in Jan 2015 an LLM program at an approved ABA school.  I will also be receiving tuition reimbursement from my employer which will keep my cost down.  Upon completion of my LLM, I will be eligible for the Washington State and California Bar exam.

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