Ok I'm sure this has been asked but I can't find it. I'm 38, moderately successful in the music business, but I'm losing my passion for this industry full of wicked snakes and liars and the subjective nature of it. I always wanted to do law, have friends in law, etc. Decided to do it. Read lots of things saying I can get a bachelors in a year, which is what i want to do, then go to a law school here in Southern California. What I would like from you fine folks is advice on the best, fastest way to get my bachelors. Im not interested in "learning". I know enough stuff. Im looking for the necessary certificates that the law requires to get me to the bar, I'll learn what I need to know to be a great lawyer along the way and through my mentor.Obviously the big 3 (charter oak, tesc, excelsior) are the way to do it. Which one is easiest? I would LOVE a step by step. Would I take CLEP before I apply to anywhere? If so which ones, how many credits etc. Though I'm married to a doctor, I never went to college, and have discovered that there ought to be a degree offered in academic path navigation because this stuff is so complicated. Thank You all in advance, and please forgive if I've overlooked a similar thread.