The online format gives students the advantage of flexibility (they never have to worry about being late to class), and students in Vault's Buzz Book survey report that the workload is as rigorous as any other institution. However, Concord graduates are only eligible to sit for the bar exam in California, as Concord isn't ABA-approved. For the majority of Concord's students, this might not matter--the school tends to attract postgraduates with an interest in jurisprudence rather than an intent to practice--but it's a major drawback if you're looking to join a firm after graduation.
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