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jonlevy

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Re: FYLSX Statistics Posted
« Reply #10 on: February 01, 2012, 09:13:01 PM »
The exams are finite, memorize a couple good Gilbert outlines cover to cover and know how to brief a case. Correspondence law school is essentially a reading list. If you want more trappings and bells and whistles, Concord can offer that. Correspondence law school is better suited to someone who already has had exposure to the legal system via law enforcement, as a paralegal, etc.

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Re: FYLSX Statistics Posted
« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2012, 10:51:33 PM »
The exams are finite, memorize a couple good Gilbert outlines cover to cover and know how to brief a case. Correspondence law school is essentially a reading list. If you want more trappings and bells and whistles, Concord can offer that. Correspondence law school is better suited to someone who already has had exposure to the legal system via law enforcement, as a paralegal, etc.

That's me - 30+ years law enforcement (street cop).

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Re: FYLSX Statistics Posted
« Reply #12 on: February 02, 2012, 10:08:55 AM »
That explains a lot.

The exams are finite, memorize a couple good Gilbert outlines cover to cover and know how to brief a case. Correspondence law school is essentially a reading list. If you want more trappings and bells and whistles, Concord can offer that. Correspondence law school is better suited to someone who already has had exposure to the legal system via law enforcement, as a paralegal, etc.

That's me - 30+ years law enforcement (street cop).