I'm gonna ask the following question, to which, by the way I think I might already know the answer.
Basically, I plan on going to a law school in Cali. This law school is not accredited by ABA. I didn't have to take the LSAT, and pretty much applied and got an acceptance letter within 3 weeks time. (An impulsive decision on my part, yes) I have an overall 3.4 GPA from U of Texas. I think I would do pretty well on the LSAT, but my GPA sucks... I've taken a practice LSAT and done well, but I don't have the time to take it and start going to school this year if I was to decide to go to an ABA school... the next test is in June, right?
So the question is - if I take classes from a non-ABA school will I be able to transfer ANY OF THEM to an ABA school my second year? At all?... Or will I have to start over?...
While I plan on living in Cali, I really don't like the idea of going through a law school and then not being able to move to a different state just because I can't practice law outside of Cali... hm hm.
Any thoughts/suggestions/etc on this topic?