I announced that I was entering Northwestern California University‘s law program on November 16th, 2014, which was also the four-year anniversary of my first civil rights litigation. Now three years later, I’ve taken my 3L final exams and I’m still on track to graduate in November 2018, attempting the California Bar Exam in February 2019.
I feel like my previous review of the school + study tips still accurately reflect my thoughts on the program. tl;dr: all the tools to study the law are there, but there’s no one holding your hand to use them. Proceed only if you have a passion for studying the law, because otherwise you won’t be able to stay with the 2+ hours per day, every day, for 4 years.
My school year having concluded, especially on a Friday, it’s time for a few beers…
Excellent progress. Nice!
So awesome! Congratulations!! I am headed into 1L finals next month! 🙂 You are an inspiration!!
Congratulations! Did you find you attended live classes a lot or were more on your own at NWCU?
Congratulations! 🍻 Enjoy the beer but remember it’s taxing on the brain. 😵
Any specific reason you wouldn’t mind sharing of why you chose NWCU vs other online schools like ALU?
My understanding was that ALU has higher tuition, lower FYLSX pass rate, and did not also confer the B.S.L. degree at the half-way point of study for J.D.
what to make your mane even bigger name for your self take on tsa in regards to the twic card maybe there’s a lost wage claim that could be made I am a proud member of the ilwu my union got some fight in them an so do I so how much money does it to take to reinstate my right to due proses
Good luck as a 3L I’m just about to start law school and I’m a little nervous!
As long as you dedicate the time, you’ll be fine! 🙂
It seems you have a long distance and made substantial progress, I am eager to learn that you have passed the California Bar when you do in the near future.
Good luck and best wishes to you!
Keep me posted!