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Who cares if you can pass the bar or not...part of law school is developing the social abilities neccesary to be a good lawyer.
Could be. However, I still think it's probably best to gain knowledge in a classroom setting with great access to legal research and get work experience during the summer or a lighter semester. The apprenticeship option could work if the lawyer was willing to spend enough hours teaching. I don't believe learning everything on the job is usually the best scenario for someone desiring to be a lawyer nor do I believe that most lawyers would have the time or energy to teach another person from scratch how to be a great lawyer all by himself or herself.