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Date Posted: 11:42:51 06/26/17 Mon
Author: More
Subject: But those programs don't tend to limit the overall costs. I don't think there's any data that people in extended programs have less debt, higher bar passage rates or higher incomes
In reply to: JD who gets it 's message, "Law school CAN work that way. You are right you cannot take classes here or there. But you can attend extended programs designed for working adults. It may take you 6 years instead of 3 to finish, but it can be done." on 11:34:19 06/26/17 Mon

I think the only top law school with a formal night program for working adults is Georgetown and their program is 4 years not 6. At least in CA, many of the extended programs are at unaccredited law schools that are pricey, have low bar passage rates and low employment placement. It's a false economy.

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