Wednesday, May 11, 2011

States That Allow You To Sit For The Bar Exam Without A Law Degree


You can also can become an attorney with no college and without setting a single foot in any expensive and boring law school in California, and a few other enlightened North American states. Many law school grads claim you simply must attend law school and college to be a successful California , or other state attorney. California disagrees. One factor to remember is that the ABA, an until recently, exclusivley leftist organization, still discourages students and bar candidates from becoming a lawyers without law school , such as reading the law in a law office. This is true, even though this was the only way to actually become an attorney until the creation of expensive law schools later on in U.S. history.
You can take and pass the California State Bar Exam with no law school degree or college in a few other states as well.
The States that Still Let You Be An Attorney By Reading for the Law:

As far as I know, 7 U.S. states will still let you read the law in a law office with no law school degree:(Source):

Virginia;

Washington;

Wyoming;

California;

Maine;

New York;

10 comments:

  1. I'm in VA, I should totally try this!

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  2. Thats very interesting. Pretty tempting to just go do it!

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  3. insightful blog here. following!

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  4. Very interesting. Thanks for posting this!

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  5. Great post! very informative!

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  6. Looks like I'm moving to Virginia.

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  7. I'm moving to wyoming , to see if this is true

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  8. That's interesting, I never knew about this.

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