We are not eligible to sit for a bar exam in any state with a law degree from England, or any foreign country. Attorneys from overseas have to take an LLM course designed to teach them American law. Then, after the earn that degree, they can sit for a bar exam in the state in which they earned the LLM. I looked at the University of London. I saw a much higher price. I will check it out again. You might have to learn legal writing on your own.
Actually, they could end up being an "overqualified paralegal" with a bunch of debt they can't pay! As badly as I hate to use saying like this, in legal education the motto of "plan your work, work your plan" really makes sense. Know where you want to end up before you begin, then pick the best road to get there.