I have found it very interesting that the California State Bar does not care if you have an unaccredited degree or not in order to take the state bar exam and become a licensed attorney in California. Not only that, but they don't require an undergraduate degree at all to sit for the bar. Although I have a lot of differences with the great state of California and Californians in general (too many of them moving to Oregon), I have to admire the position they have taken on this issue. They seem to think that if you have the brains to study law that they will give you the opportunity to go to law school by passing only three CLEP exams. No degree is required. If you can complete the baby bar and the final bar exam, you will become a legitimate licensed attorney authorized to practice law in the state of California and have your JD.