Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't it only CA that allows a person to take the Bar without a JD from an ABA law school?
That's what I know. However, I have seen a few state bar associations that say you must either have attended an ABA school or have been in good standing with another state bar for X years. So if you "attend" Concord, and are one of the few to pass the CA bar, then after a few years, you can apply for other state bars.
I believe NY and Mass. let you take the bar with a Canadian degree. Canadian schools aren't ABA, last I checked.
Not that it helps. A non-accredited online law school won't help you if you want to stay in NJ. Why not go PT to Seton Hall or one of the Rutgers?
I know scheduling can suck if you work FT, but classrooms are the best way to learn this stuff. There is a reason that Concord students suck at the Bar, and it isn't that they use a different text (they don't).