I have scoured the web far and wide, including several threads on this very forum, in search of someone whom graduated Northwestern California University School of Law’s JD program and started their own legal practice. I am curious to know how, if at all, your clients’ react knowing you went to law school online? For quite some time now I have been considering law school; it was all I wanted to do as a child, and that passion burns within me still to this day. I know all about NWCU’s lack of ABA or U.S. Department of Education’s accreditation, but this is really of very minimal concern to me. I don’t plan on working in BigLaw or running for a public office; I plan to use my legal degree to start my own entrepreneurial, patent, IP law firm. I am much younger (25) than the majority of the posters with NWCU experience, but due familial obligations, and having already established myself very well financially, educationally and career wise, I cannot justify spending $100k+ for a top tier legal education. I already possess a BS in Finance and an MBA (and an inordinate amount of debt correlated with them), but want to be able to sit for the bar exam and have an in depth understanding of the law, without having to add to my staggering student loan payment. Also, I am looking for any current or very recent graduates you can tell me a little about the class / delivery structure, what you like / dislike about NWCU, and any tips for success. Thank you in advance for any comments. Cheers.