Nevertheless, I'm going to be a finance attorney someday
Thank goodness there is an understanding for the need of Distance Education Law and Novus Law School does provide this. Going to school can get in the way of doing what is really needed/working with the law. Ask yourself how many of the schools did get started and then research the information. If you already have a degree or two degrees, then why do you not know how to follow instructions with a distance school? Taking the BAR is a goal, but why can you not get a law school degree online. Asking questions and getting the answers might help to better comprehend the real issues at present needing changed. Realizing the problems for what is needed only can contribute to distance law schools.
WELL I AM TRYING TO ATTEND NOVUS NOW AND I SEE THAT ALL THEIR DISCLOSURES ARE ON THE PAGE LETTING YOU KNOW THAT THEY ARE NOT ACCREDITED IN ANY WAY. ALSO I FEEL AS THOUGH IF YOU WANT TO GO TO AN ON LINE SCHOOL IT WOULD BE BETTER IF ITS CHEAPER AND LESS STRESFUL ANYWAY BECAUSE ALL THE ONLINE SCHOOL MAKE YOU PAY ALL THESE FEES TO BE REGISTERED WITH THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA AND MORE FEES TO TAKE THE DAG ON FIRST YEAR LAW STUDENTS EXAMS ETC. IF YOU FEEL AS THOUGH YOU CANNOT GET INTO A TRADITIONAL LAW SCHOOL AND ON LINE IS YOUR OPTION THEN I SEE NOTHING WRONG WITH NOVUS (AS LONG AS THEY SEND YOUR BOOKS AND MATERIALS ETC). NOVUS ALLOWS YOU TO FINISH IN TWO YEARS IF YOU ARE REALLY FOCUSED. IF YOU ARE GOING TO WASTE YOUR TIME ON A ON LINE LAW SCHOOL WHY GO SOMEWHERE FOR FOUR LONG YEARS AND WASTE TIME ( AS OPPOSED TO TWO YERS AT NOVUS) AND MONEY AND STILL NOT KNOW IF YOU CAN USE YOUR ONLINE DEGREE ANYWHERE ANYWAY. I DONT SEE THE BOTHER IN THE HEADACHE. JUST MY OPINION.