Non ABA is not what we are looking for - we are looking for online and correspondence admissions.
Here's the Iowa (on of the good ones) admits with only 5 years PQE without discrimination as to degree:http://www.iowacourtsonline.org/Professional_Regulation/Bar_Admission__Practice_Rules/Admission_without_Examination/
Applying for Admission without Examination
Iowa offers admission without examination (admission on motion) for attorneys licensed in another state or the District of Columbia who can demonstrate a prolonged period of the actual practice of law without significant character or fitness problems.
What are the basic requirements for admission on motion?
The applicant must:
· have been admitted to another state of the United States or the District of Columbia,
· have practiced law five full years while licensed within the seven years immediately preceding the date of the application and still holds a law license,
· be of good moral character, and
· file a certificate of admission, a certificate of regular practice, a certificate of good moral character, and a completed fingerprint card with the Office of Professional Regulation.
Who is not eligible for admission on motion?
An applicant is not eligible for admission on motion if:
· the applicant is currently subject to lawyer discipline in another jurisdiction,
· the applicant failed the Iowa bar examination within five years of the date of the application, or
· the applicant has failed five or more bar examinations.