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7 years to earn a JD from this school

Cooley offers a 5 year JD program https://law.campbell.ed jdcumlaude12/17/18
What's terrible about this is stil the tuition. In a worl superttthero12/17/18
A colossal ripoff/debt slavery designed solely to enrich the catwoman33312/18/18
I don’t get it...it’s meant for working professionals bu irishlaw12/18/18
What's the issue? Are you anti-flexible schedules? wallypancake12/18/18
I’m pretty sure the ABA allows up to 84 months to complete rwhyan12/19/18
jdcumlaude (Dec 17, 2018 - 8:37 pm)

Cooley offers a 5 year JD program

https://law.campbell.edu/apply/campbell-flex/

84 months....84 months....I am trying to find something close to this. Does anyone have a similar case. 7 years for a JD.

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superttthero (Dec 17, 2018 - 8:40 pm)

What's terrible about this is stil the tuition.

In a world where a stupid piece of paper is required to do a job, I have no problem with a pace that takes even 1 class a semester so adults can change careers.

What's so predatory in my opinion is charging so much while lying to people about how the product is of a high quality or well-advised for most.

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catwoman333 (Dec 18, 2018 - 12:50 am)

A colossal ripoff/debt slavery designed solely to enrich them at your expense. Don't even consider it!

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irishlaw (Dec 18, 2018 - 9:39 am)

I don’t get it...it’s meant for working professionals but it’s not an evening night program? Are the lectures recorded and you watch when you can?

Also I’m assuming it’s the usual 50k a year?

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wallypancake (Dec 18, 2018 - 4:47 pm)

What's the issue? Are you anti-flexible schedules?

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rwhyan (Dec 19, 2018 - 8:39 pm)

I’m pretty sure the ABA allows up to 84 months to complete a JD, which is probably why they are advertising it this way.

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