I went to Concord for one year. You must be very disciplined to attend Concord. They have a low bar pass rate and not much better on the FYLSE. I looked into Oakbrook School of Law and they have much better pass rates, plus cost a lot less. I would suggest Oakbrook. I graduated with my law degree and decided to not take the bar exam because I am 66 years old and really just wanted to see if I could graduate from law school, and if I missed a career I thought I wanted years ago. It is not what it is cracked up to be. I work as a paralegal in a small firm and have fulfilled my dream at a lower cost than Concord. I am a retired college professor and like to learn, this was a course of study more than expected. I spent 50 hours a week studying, outlining and memorizing. But-always follow your dream. At the age of 45 I graduated from college with a BS and AAS degree, a MBA, and all three degrees took me a total of 3 years, not suggested to anyone to subject themselves to that many classes a semester. I followed my dream and 20 years later I graduated from law school, and with a lot of student loan debt-LOL.