lord i wouild never want you to be my lawyer, a south african law degree come on now thats madness.
that throughout the period of the applicant’s study, the law school or schools attended was each recognized by the competent accrediting agency of the government of such other country, or a political subdivision thereof...
even if you get an llm from an aba school you can NOT take the bar if your jd is from a non aba school.
...To sum it all up I called the North Carolina Bar examiners who advised me that even if I take and pass the Bar in California, I can not sit for the Bar in North Carolina because Taft is not ABA approved. I would be expected to obtain an aba approved JD Degree.Upon further research I learned that you can Attend a Foreign accredited Law School (LLB) and (in most states) obtain a LLM and/or take 20 to 24 additional credit hours at a ABA APPROVED SCHOOL and that will qualify you to sit for their bar. See for yourself.. http://www.ncbex.org/fileadmin/mediafiles/downloads/Comp_Guide/2007CompGuide.pdfFurthermore google the University of London LLB Program and let me know what you think... Better yet her is the linkhttp://legaltutors.com/Bar%20Admissions/united_states.htm