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Old 04-03-2012, 12:50 PM   #149 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by angry pancake View Post
I've heard California is worse off than the States I'm licensed in for Lawyers. A lot of that has to do with California being one of the few states that allows graduates of non ABA law schools to take the California Bar Exam and will issue a "California Only" license. Wisconsin I heard does something similar in that graduates of Wisconsin law schools do not even have to take a bar exam and are automatically admitted (I really don't know all the details on this or if it's still going on). I recall the State of Washington also having some kind of apprentice program at one time where non ABA law school grads could take their bar exam.

The legal job market goes in cycles. It's been down here for a while, but it's picking back up at the bigger places I hear.
From what I hear, most employers consider non-ABA schools to be a joke. There's one here that doesn't even require a Bachelor's to get into.

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