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Online Law Schools / ABA has a monopoly on Law Schools.
« on: July 23, 2010, 09:45:42 PM »
I don't see how the ABA has lasted as long as it has by dictating what legal education should or shouldn't be. It is run by a bunch of elitists who have a strong hold on the courts in general. I think that if someone were to really challenge the ABA via the Supreme Court of the USA, there might be a change in online law schools and correspondence schools. Some states have done away with the ABA requirement and the quality of lawyers haven't changed. IF a person can pass the bar they should be a stinkin lawyer, if a person can successfully fly and land an airplane they are a pilot. So what's the difference?  I say get rid of the ABA and more less fortunate people can become stinkin lawyers and challenge the elitists.

Abe Lincoln studied by candle light and by the fire. Many attornies from the 20th century studied law by apprentice and correspondence. And did you know that the Univ of London has had a law program by correspondence for over a 100 years and was the first to ever do so?  A lot of foreign law students studied via mail in England, especially India. If you weren't born with a Silver Spoon in your mouth and not one of the Elitist you really haven't much choice.  Also what a lot of people don't realize is that the reason Harvard has such a high pass rate is because they have the best teachers and a very rigorous entrance program, not just any kid from the Hood or jerk water USA ghetto is going to get in, race and money has a lot to do with it. Bonesmen, ALL HERE!
Or you can become a Freemason and rule the world like me, HA, HA!  Boaz, Jachin, and all of those secret words  MA #B$N#%

Online Law Schools / Re: Novus Law School
« on: July 23, 2010, 09:22:43 PM »
To all of you Brainiac's. NOVUS is registered as an authorized school in The Marshall Islands. Think back to either your high school days or college undergrad geography class, it is a real place. It isn't illegal to post on a resume that you attended a certain school and it was ruled unconstitutional several years ago that even if the school isn't authorized or recognized you can still post on the resume that you have a degree from the school in question.  Why not consider Taft law school from California, if you take the telecommunications Law JD program you can direct federal student loans. And it's recognized.
You can get into Thomas Cooley without a BA/BS degree and with only 60 credits, but your GPA and LSAT has to be higher because of the admissions index.  I think Puerto Rico is easy to get into as well. ANd yes all of you college grads, PR is a Commonwealth of the USA.

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