What’s the deal with online law classes?

By | September 18, 2015

I’ve heard that online law schools offer degrees that are pretty much useless , because you almost no one will let you sit for the bar exam. But do regular law schools offer the option of taking at least some classes on-line? If for nothing else flexibility’s sake. If anyone has any information on law schools in general.

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  1. Rachel T

    No law school will allow you to take a course online through another provider except them. The reason is that these online schools that offer “law school classes” are not accredited, which is why you can not sit for the Bar if you go through their entire “degree program.” There is no easy way to get through law school. If you can not manage a full time course load, then you can always ask for the permission to cut your credits to part time. Many universities will allow this.

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