Hi. I attempted Taft. I lasted 6 weeks. I am 46. I am not looking at law school as a career but rather just to learn the law.I did not feel the instructors at Taft gave criticism specifically to my work. For example, I would brief a case and get 3/4. Well, that is 75%. I would ask what I did wrong or where I could improve, and the response was "canned.". The response did not say anything specific related to my work, but rather the response would work for anyone's work.I think a better choice might be California School of Law because you have to attend class online 2 nights a week. There is also the new St. Francis School of Law. Concord is expensive and you get the same online law degree that you would get from any online law school. If you want to go the cheap route, try Northwestern California School of Law. Cheap and you get the exact same recognition as you would going to Taft or Concored for 1/4 the cost.Good luck!
Does local, state and federal employment recognize Concord's or Taft law degrees? I also need to work f/t while attending law school, so B&M schools are not an option for me. @Calgal27 when did you attend Taft? Did you feel the admittance to the school was very liberal?