Hey i have a question to everyone that has some knowledge on this issue.
Say you attend a non ABA law school and after getting your juris doctor degree from there, you transfer to a ABA accredited school and finish your studies there and graduate with an LLM degree. Then, you'd take the BAR in the given state. IS this a good alternative path?
If anyone can shed some light on this for me i'd appreciate it.
NJ seems to have something about NOT being eligible for the bar even though you graduate from an aba approved school, IF part of your studies took place in a non ABA school. That seems stupid. According to this, i can be a lawyer and take the BAR in California (one of the toughest) but be completely ineligible in NJ?
Are there any stipulations about this?