1. CalDog

    CalDog New Member

    That's great. As you stated, anyone considering an unaccredited law degree should do this kind of homework.

    But don't just ask about licensure -- take it a step further and ask about employment, with questions like:

    - How does the legal job market today compare to the job market in 2002 ?
    - If there are changes, how do they affect the market for unaccredited JD degrees in particular ?
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  2. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator Staff Member

    Small correction.....Ross Mitchell is in fact a man, not a lady.
  3. opie58

    opie58 New Member

    Oops, my mistake. Thanks.
  4. Shana64

    Shana64 New Member

    To Opie58, I'm wondering if you began at NWCU Law in April afterall? I am a middle-aged professional who travels routinely for my job, this makes it imposible for me to currently attend a traditional law school. My options are to put off law school for who knows how long, or pursue this life-long interest in a non-tradiitonal setting. I recently toured the NWCU Law, but have not yet finalized a decision. I was impressed with the blackboard approach and what seemed like responsive professors. I'm really curious to hear about your experience thus far.
  5. sideman

    sideman Active Member

    I too would also like to know which path Opie58 has chosen. Either way, we certainly wish him well.

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