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    Re: It's Not Only Oregon

    Posted by again, lawyers use logic... on 9/11/09

    this is one of the worst examples of a justification for the DETC,
    states that will allow a non-ABA CA lawyer to sit for their exam
    have no prejudice toward DETC or not... you won't be billing shat
    without passing the bar irregardless of your ridiculous example
    below, tell yourself what ever you have to... sounds like you
    already wrote the check and are still trying to rationalize...

    On 9/09/09, Larry wrote:
    > As you can read from prior posts, many students plan to use
    > the degree for purposes other than practicing law. Prior posts
    > also indicate many of these individuals are outside of
    > California.
    > In the big picture, the difference in cost is small. Let's
    > assume that you pay $40,000 at Concord vs. say $12,000 at
    > another school. The difference is $28,000. If your billing
    > rate as an attorney is $400 (less than average in California)
    > it means for only 70 hours of billable time you can have an
    > accredited degree.
    > If you can go to an ABA school, go for it. But DETC is the
    > next best option.
    > Larry
    > On 9/09/09, Jay wrote:
    >> And your point is???
    >> ALL California distance learning JDs are really intended
    >> only to prepare the student for the practice of law in and
    >> ONLY in California. There MAY be the possibility of using
    >> it for other purposes in other locations, but why one would
    >> be crazy about DETC based upon these possibilities is kind
    >> of silly.
    >> If you are wanting to pay many times the amount necessary in
    >> order to study law with a DETC school, by all means, go for
    >> it. The circumstances where is it really going to mean
    >> anything are EXTREMELY rare though.
    >> If you are SOLELY interested in working outside California,
    >> go get an ABA JD.
    >> On 9/09/09, Larry wrote:
    >>> It's Not Only Oregon Where Unaccredited Degrees Are Illegal
    >>> From the Oregon website:
    >>> Is Oregon the only state that disallows use of most
    >>> unaccredited degrees?
    >>> No. It is also illegal or restricted in North Dakota,
    >>> South Dakota, Illinois, Missouri, New Jersey, Texas,
    >>> Nevada, Washington, Virginia and Maine to use unaccredited
    >>> degrees. It is illegal in Indiana to use an unaccredited
    >>> doctorate and Michigan law limits the legal options of
    >>> users.

    Posts on this thread, including this one
  • It's Not Only Oregon , 9/09/09, by Larry.
  • Re: It's Not Only Oregon , 9/09/09, by Jay.
  • Re: It's Not Only Oregon , 9/09/09, by Larry.
  • Re: It's Not Only Oregon , 9/10/09, by Res Ipsa Loco.
  • Re: It's Not Only Oregon , 9/11/09, by again, lawyers use logic....

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