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jd2008

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Distance learning students going to ABA approved schools
« on: January 22, 2008, 03:33:40 PM »
Dont be lied to and told that just becuase you have an online degree you can't go to an ABA approved law school(if you want to) becuase if your "Regionally accredited" like UOP then its ok anyways.

If your "nationally accredited" then some ABA schools will not take it, but many still will. Try mostly the private ones, like http://www.avemarialaw.edu  they are ABA approved and nationally accredited and accept DETC graduates. If you have less than a Bachelors try a school like Cooley law school. They are ABA approved and take people with less than a Bachelors.

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Re: Distance learning students going to ABA approved schools
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2008, 08:04:45 PM »
There are many ABA Schools that will accept non aba jd students. Thomas jefferson is aba approved and they accept any of the Ca Distance learning law school Jd's into their program. Plus, many in person LLM programs will also accept you into their JD program. 

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Re: Distance learning students going to ABA approved schools
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2008, 06:19:39 PM »
SO Thomas Jefferson does transfer over non aba courses?  Or do they recommend that you apply as a first year law student?