That's right, 'distance learning' is nothing more than a TTT trick to steal your money. Don't fall for these TTTs in disguise- if it's not ABA accredited it is a pile of *&^% and there's no way around that. If it is an "online" or "distance" education, you might as well save the money and just watch Judge Judy all day.HTH
Hear Hear! I really think that part of the problem is that everyone assumes that you will need to be offered a job out of law school. I have no intention of looking for a " job ". I have been self employed for over 30 years ( medicine ), and have every intention of being self employed in the law profession. I am enrolled in Concord and have been very impressed with the caliber of education afforded there.My sister graduated from Berkley at the top of her class, has written law textbooks, and many other articles and she feels that the education at Concord is excellent. Now, who would you chose to listen to? Moot Point. Well, I am proud to be a law student of any kind. And I would GLADLY compare Bar scores with anyone who wishes to when the time comes. But, some need the structure of a brick and mortar school, and if I could abandon my patients, I would go that route in a heartbeat, but I cant. So, it seems that to be in a DL program you need to at least be a self starter, a little more mature, and not expect the road to be easy.Thank for listening!Prolodoc
Law,Your criticism of me was pretty well-done, until you began making stupid assumptions. What's this stuff about "Daddy's money"? You don't know my situation. I have heard time and time again the arguments for online law schools. If I already had a career and felt like getting a JD for the hell of it, then maybe this would be an option.For someone who wants a job as an attorney, online law schools are TTT trickery. Why? Less than 30% of the grads pass the bar on the first time. The school I attend has had a 99% bar passage rate for the last 5 years. I think this is telling of which option is more advantageous.Similar discrepancies exist with hiring statistics.HTH
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