Serious question - what is the general per-credit-hour tuition at a DL Law School?
I concur. Concord is the most expensive. Several factors helped influence my decision to attend Concord, not the least of which is the likelihood that Concord will be the first ABA-certified online school.
I don't suppose you knew that I own the Brooklyn Bridge and will sell it to you for just $20.
Actually, I own the Brooklyn Bridge. I've been in adverse possession of it for the last 10 years. You're a day late and a dollar short. Thanks for the title, though.
I concur. Concord is the most expensive. Several factors helped influence my decision to attend Concord, not the least of which is the likelihood that Concord will be the first ABA-certified online school. According to a recent discussion with Dean Bracci, the only thing holding up the certification is that the ABA requires the school have a full law library on site. Which really makes no sense when you consider the advances in technology. Concord students have access to Westlaw, Heinlein, Versuslaw, Concord's library, Kaplan University's online library, CALI as well a variety of documents provided by faculty.
You did know that even if they get ABA approval, it won't help its current students or past grads though right?It is based on what it was when you enrolled, not after you graduated. Sometimes if you are less than halfway through there can be an exception ( I believe) but don't expect to be able to say to a state bar "It's ok because they met the standared latter". -It won't work.
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