Let me try to explain my argument to you sir.
We are selective, but with a different kind of student who attends a traditional law school. Our student pool is composed of business owners, individuals working who really desire to practice law, paralegals, law clerks etc who would all love to practice, have connections in the work place. What you do not understand is someone getting out of an ABA school at twenty five is alot different than the student who goes to National. Can't you concede there are many students who just can not afford, have the time or ability to attend an ABA school. National is a fantastic opportunity for them.
The whole educational industry is moving towards distance learning or atleast using it to enhance traditional class rooms. Harvard has distance education classes. Name one school that doesn't offer some sort of distance learning program. I swear to you, we have even gotten PhD students apply to National. We are not against the ABA, we are not against high LSAT score testers, we just want you to understand that not all students can go to an ABA school
I would atleast ask you to agree, that some qualified students, with alot of previous business or legal experience, are not able to go to an ABA approved law school