Every quarter Concord Law School posts alumni updates and many of the graduates are in government jobs some administrative, others practicing law. The graduates are not all sole practishioners, we even have a group of four that started their own law firm last year. So, it doesn't matter the route you take, if you are good at being a lawyer then who cares if you are at a prominent law firm. I do a lot of volunteering and I also work full time, in my 3rd year now at Concord and during this economic hard time, what I consider my biggest asset is being active in the community which does make a difference. Not only is your skill important upon graduation but overall character counts too. Real tired of the snobs out there that think online or schools not of ABA status challenging our credentials and potential. Choose a school that is a best fit for you! You will succeed.