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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 05, 2006, 12:13:33 AM »
National Law School recruits students from all over the world, that is why we are called National Law School, in the literal sense of being a national law school.  You can read below what our graduates options are.  Lastly, your legal education never ends.  You will constantly be learning, new rulings will come out, statutes change, etc.  Going to even a top ABA law school has very little to do with how great of an attorney you will be.  I am not saying going to a top ABA school will open alot of doors, and those doors will lead to alot of experience which is crucial. 
 
   
 What can I do with my degree?
 
Upon successful completion of our program, student's will immediately become eligible to take   the California Bar Examination.After successful registration and acceptance in the California State Bar, students can take the Wisconsin Bar Examination. Students wanting to sit for the
DC bar, would complete our program and 26 semester hours in specific classes to qualify.After practicing in California for 3 years, you could take the Texas and Maine bar After 4 years, New Mexico.  After 5 years, New York, Arizona, and Colorado would allow you to take their bar exam. Finally after 10 years, Nevada would allow you to take their bar exam. Your degree and being a member of the California State Bar will allow you to  be corporate counsel for any company in any state. You can file a motion in any state court to represent someone or an entity on a case by case basis. You will be able to practice law in federal courts, which are located in all states.  The US Supreme Court would entertain your argument.  Lastly, many of the British Common Law countries would allow you to take their bar examination These countries would include the United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong and India to name a few.
For additional information, please contact the State Bar of the state you want to practice and consult this document at http://www.nationallawschool.net/abalegal.pdf .

 

 

 

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 11:47:58 PM »
The ABA does not guard legal education, society does.  It is too costly, time consuming and out of the reach for most citizens to gain even a basic legal knowledge.  Out legal system is where we go to settle all matters, enforce laws and contracts and makes up the back bone of society. 

National Law School opens the door wider so more individuals can receive a legal education.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 07:59:08 PM »
That is Nation University School of Law.  National Law School has just opened and is not affiliated with National University in any way.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 07:08:18 PM »
Hong Kong is still a protected area.  If you hold a Chinese Passport, you need a visa to get to Hong Kong.  Hong Kong residents have their own passport and ID cards still.  Anyways, it is a very rich and wonderful place, lawyers are easily making $400 an hour there and having probably too much fun.  Out of all the British Common Law countries that will let you in, Hong Kong would be my first pick.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 07:01:51 PM »
We are another option out there.  A legal education should not be guarded.  Some Pro Se lawyers do very well!  With our program, if someone from anywhere in the world really wants to be a "good" attorney and pass the bar exam, we certainly give them that opportunity and will do everything in our power to ensure our students succeed.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Black Law Students / National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 03:52:15 PM »
If any students are having trouble getting into law school, take a look at www.nationallawschool.net

We have degree granting authority and are registered with the State Bar of California and our students can sit for the bar exam.  If anyone has any questions, please let us know.  All welcome to apply.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 12:55:39 AM »
With the National Lsw School program, once you pass the bar in California, so many options open up for you.  You can immediatly take the Wisconsin Bar, after you have practiced in California for between 3-5 years, over 10 states will allow you to take their bar exam. You can go to any British Common Law country and sit for their bar, like Hong Kong, U.K., Australia etc.  Not to mention the federal courts and the ability to file a motion in any state to represent a person or entity for a particular case.  When I said the word powerful program, this is what I was speaking about.  Any student who dives into the study of law and has a burning desire to become a great lawyer, will do it, if they went to an ABA school or not.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 12:43:52 AM »
A legal education should not be guarded. National Law School does not believe you need a 169+ on your LSAT and close to $150,000 to gain a legal education.  What everyone needs to understand is your legal education never ends.  Every lawyers who have been practicing for 20 years, can learn something new every day.  Your ABA law school is meant to open the door to the legal community, hopefully get you a great job and start you off in your legal career.  I can not tell you how many top ABA students ended up being "bad" lawyers.  The national program is top quality and appeals to a certain segment of potential law school students.  I give all of you top LSAT and undergraduate achievers props for your achievments, I just do not want you to think an ABA education is the end all, and anyone with a Non-ABA degtee has no chance.

Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: National Law School
« on: July 04, 2006, 12:27:04 AM »
I totally understand the 168 plus LSAT, and the top ABA programs.  That does not mean you will be a "great" attorney.  Some of the best lawyers I know, did not go to an ABA law school.  Your legal education never ends, and just because someone didn't get into law right out of college, can not afford an ABA school or doesn't have the time, doesn't mean they should be denied.  You will all hear great things from National Law School, as I understand the program is not for everyone, and it seems ABA law students have no appreciation for any other means of study, but as you all get older, you will understand.


Doug Marcus
www.nationallawschool.net

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Choosing the Right Law School / National Law School
« on: July 03, 2006, 04:41:53 PM »
I invite students who are having trouble attending or gettng into an ABA approved law school, or can not manage the expense and time, please look into www.nationallawschool.net

We have degree granting authority in California, and our students can sit for the bar exam.  Very powerful legal licensure program registered with the State Bar of California, cost effective and flexible.  Lots more information on the web site, but let us know if anyone has any questions just let us know

Doug Marcus
National Law School

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