Are there any part-time/distance-learning JD programs that are accepted by most bars?

By | October 20, 2015

I like to engage in law, but I need three years of work, do not want to pursue a doctorate in law. Part-time there is any program, you join the trade unions in the country’s most frequently enough? Or “The most common country of reference provided that” any other generally recognized to play it?

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  1. RoaringMice

    The are reputable, ABA accredited law schools that offer part-time programs. Even some of the top ranked programs do so: Fordham, for example.

    There are no ABA accredited distance learning programs for law.

    I can’t recommend a law school that isn’t ABA accredited. As you mentioned, many state bars wouldn’t let you take the exam if you want to an unaccredited school (although some would), but importantly, going to an unaccredited school would make it extremely difficult/perhaps impossible to find employment with a reputable law firm.

    I’d strongly suggest that you look at the accredited law schools local to you, and see if any of them offer part-time programs.

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