I already have a certificate in paralegal studies. It is from www.blackstone.edu. That online school is DETC accredited. That certificate has made me eligible to sit for the National Association of Legal Assistants' Certified Legal Assistant exam. Once I pass the CLA exam, I will be eligible to apply for and become a Florida Registered Paralegal. I have already sat for the First Year Law Students' Exam. I failed the test by 5 points. I don't have enough money to fly to California again right now. I don't have enough money to attend a real law school because I have a high student loan balance from the other three degrees I have. The government won't lend me anymore money even though I am making small payments. My major obstacle has been and continues to be enough money for law school; online or otherwise. All I really care about, though, is legal research and writing. The only reason why I would have wanted to be an attorney was so that I could walk down the street and think: "I'm an ATTORNEY, guys!" I have a masters degree in social work. If I really wanted to help people, I would have stayed in that profession. Simply wanting to feel like you are better than anyone else is not a good reason to want to be an attorney. So, I am going to swallow my pride, and support other people who really care about helping other people.
This is clearly misleading:http://novus.edu/BARADMISSIONS.htmWhere is the ABA or the State Bars? They ought to get an an injunction against Novus instead of trying to make life miserable for non ABA graduates who have graudated from a legitimate law program. Novus proves the ABA is more concerned with maintaining its monopoly rather than actually protecting the consumer from fake law schools.
Novus is not recognized by any state. Novus is not recognized by the Law Society of England and Wales. A Novus degree will not entitle one to practice law ever. And I should know because I am a graduate of Taft and licensed in the US and several Commonwealth jurisdictions.I do not support the ABA but I do not go in for sovereign citizen nonsense .By the way, they do not grant a JD in the UK - they grant a bachelors in law which is the equivalent of a JD even though the ABA claims a JD is the equivalent to a PhD which it is not.