I agree with Undisputed in this matter. Not all of us wish to engage in the typical practice of law and have established careers; I personally want my JD in lieu of a master's degree. Also, not all of us live near a part-time ABA accredited school nor can we sell our homes, take a sabbatical from work to relocate our families to a viable ABA school. As an example, I am in the military...there is no way I can even satisfy the residency requirements of admission for most schools before I am relocated by uncle sam (never mind actually staying long enough to complete my studies).
What is undisputed are the financial and employment limitations that attending ANY non ABA accredited school impose (right or wrong). Attending an ABA school is ideal and should be ones first choice...but it is encouraging to see progress and in roads being made within the legal profession by Concord grads.