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    Re: Non-Bar JD

    Posted by Frank on 2/10/13

    On 2/10/13, Frank wrote:
    > On 9/14/11, NicktheNurse wrote:
    >> Its a great addition, especially in this economy when every little bit helps.
    >>
    >> NicktheNurse
    >>
    >> On 8/31/11, Thomas R wrote:
    >>> Sheryl,
    >>> Especially during these poor economics times and bleak job prospects, my answer
    >>> is "probably not"
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> On 8/02/11, Sheryl wrote:
    >>>> Is it worthwhile to even obtain a 4 yr California distance law school degree?
    >>>> Is it considered a joke amongst the legal industry?
    >>>> Anyone have any good experience with NWCU Law, Abraham Lincoln School of Law,
    >>>> Amer Heritage Law, or University of Honolulu? Any comments would be
    >>>> appreciated. Thanks
    >
    > I just got my JD degree from Mid Atlantic School of Law (MASL). I started when I
    > was 65 years old and I am now 67. The program took me one month shy of four years to
    > complete, but you can complete it faster. I have no regrets. You will always hear
    > grumbling from students and graduates of on campus law schools. Those are people who
    > can afford to go there or mom and dad are paying for their education. They are also
    > people, at least in the majority, that do not work or have to work so unlike us
    > working types, they have the time to attend their so-called accredited schools. I
    > am very very satisified with the education I received from MASL and I can say I
    > worked very hard to earn their JD. I can't sit for the bar because MASL is an on-
    > line, non-accredited school but I believe that if I am willing to pay the cost for
    > the examination, what is wrong with having one more seat filled at the exam? It
    > would be interesting to see how my results match up with those graduates from
    > expensive, accredited schools. It is all about money my friend. Education is what
    > you make of it. If you study hard and take an interest in what you are learning,
    > you will be just as knowledgeable about the law as anyone else. Good Luck

    CORRECTION, I WAS 63 WHEN I STARTED AND I AM NOW JUST SHY OF 67. See, that's what a
    good lawyer does. He checks and rechecks his writings/briefs. I re-read my posting
    and saw my mistake.

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  • Re: Aristotle University Law School, 2/26/10, by Nora.
  • Re: Aristotle University Law School, 3/01/10, by Larry.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 3/01/10, by Jeffrey.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 3/01/10, by Larry.
  • Re: Which is better? NWCU or Abraham Lincoln?, 3/04/10, by Tony.
  • Re: Which is better? NWCU or Abraham Lincoln?, 3/05/10, by Larry.
  • Re: Which is better? NWCU or Abraham Lincoln?, 3/05/10, by Good one.
  • Re: Which is better? NWCU or Abraham Lincoln?, 3/05/10, by Pierre.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 8/09/10, by no name.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 8/12/10, by Jeffrey.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 8/13/10, by steve.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 8/16/10, by Larry.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 9/15/10, by UH SOL Grad.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 9/19/10, by Res Ipsa Loco.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 11/23/10, by Eric.
  • Re: University of Honolulu School of Law, 11/23/10, by Eric.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 7/07/11, by LegalEagle.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 8/02/11, by Sheryl.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 8/31/11, by Thomas R.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 9/14/11, by NicktheNurse.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 3/23/12, by lawdog.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 2/10/13, by Frank.
  • Re: Non-Bar JD, 2/10/13, by Frank.


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