DO NOT APPLY TO THESE LAW SCHOOLS!! | Predatory Law Schools



DO NOT APPLY TO THESE LAW SCHOOLS!! | Predatory Law Schools
In this video, we talk all about the law schools you should NOT apply to. These are schools that are classified as “predatory law schools”, and they are schools that you should avoid at all costs. Hope this video was helpful!

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All about conditional scholarships:

Factors that lead to a school being labeled as “predatory”:

(Not the most academic source but definitely helpful^^)
For-Profit Law schools:

Schools to avoid:

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40 comments

  1. USC has a top ranked law program but costs according to their website 80k per academic year. So do the math and you have over 240K in cost of attendance over three years at a school that's not for profit.

  2. All but ten law schools are predatory. If I, a non-law-student, could have gotten into your law school by taking the LSAT without studying at all, you should not go to that school and it is not a career move, only a waste of time and money.

    Someone from my high school just got booted from Florida Coastal's closure and is now going to Nova Southeastern, another tier 6 shit school.

    These schools have a median LSAT of 150, which I think I could have gotten when I was in elementary school.

  3. TY Madison. I have to check your other videos but are you in law school now? Have U researched the online law schools even tho some are only approved by CA bar only. (If older ,sometimes they are a better option) But Concord law school now bought by Purdue also is an accredited school, Ca bar approved, but not ABA approved. was wondering your thoughts.

  4. I’m from Michigan and every person in the legal field that I’ve talked to said that if you have a degree from Cooley Law your resume goes straight into the trash. It’s a joke.

  5. Going to from Canada to the US for law school starting this fall, makes feel like all schools are predatory considering their tuition hahaha. JKJK but like the tuition is insane compared to Canada.

  6. It's interesting that you talk about 1st year drop out rates because many law schools especially low ranked and Non-Aba schools intentionally try to weed/oust their students from the law program and this shows that they're predatory just to take the money and student loans. If you confront the schools about this, they use the excuse " We only want to keep around the students we believe will have a chance at passing the bar". which is a lie and highly laughable because low ranked and nonaba law schools have terrible bar passage rates; especially non-aba law schools because their bar pass rate is at 20-30% out of 10 or 11 graduates… which mean only 1 or 2 people are actually passing the bar from these non-accredited schools

  7. student are the reason why I haven’t furthered my education! I have my associates in legal studies and will not further my education until a company pays for it😅

  8. If you aren't admitted into a top 20 law school, don't go to law school.
    If you don't attend a top 50 law school, don't go to law school.
    If you plan to go to law school for ANY reason other than to be a lawyer, don't go to law school.
    Best situation is someone else pays for law school and you work while attending.

  9. Hi I am a black & Hispanic man I did 1 semester @ the non-accredited RACIST Massachusetts School of Law at Andover located in massachusett which is an in class room face to face school with ur professors The school is racist & has a Ponzi scheme of admitting a large #of well educated Black &Hispanic College graduates so they can take their student loan money 2keep the school afloat then in the 1st semester the school will fail an over whelming amount of the minority students By the end of the 1st semester I was the only minority student in my so called English class The professor did not know I was a English major & an English teacher & the English class was mainly there just to fail out the students because they didn't teach u how2 legally write I couldn't understand what was going on until I went to an online Law School which finally made me realize how Mass School of Law at Andover in Massachusetts was legally racially failing well educated minority students with their Ponzi scheme just 2take their money. In the online law school 2pass ur exams u hav 2learn the legal writing skills it doesn't matter how well u study &know the law if u dont write in the Legal format of writing then they can legally fail the ignorant students a fact the school is well aware of becoz u can only pass the Bar exam using that format Do ur own research &look it up Just becoz they admit u &smile in ur face doesn't mean they want u there because u are a threat 2their established legal racist system dont just listen 2me do ur own Research Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte North Carolina the school had to close down 4similar reasons then u will understand what I am talking about Becoz of my intuition & research I was able 2Understand & figure out their Ponzi scheme I will not recommend any minority students 2go2 that school They use TOKEN black men in their advertisements &keep a few house Nigers who agree wit their ways &only care about their career not their people then u will fit just perfectly well &becoz of me they cut off all comment section in ther youtube videos causing me 2reach out 2other law school videos. Listen in my personal experience @that school, as a retired officer in the army &also a retired correction officer @the jail I can truly understand why the court system has placed a large amount of Black &Hispanic men in the criminal jail system which is another topic Please pass this info so students will not waist their time& loan they hav 2pay back importantly!! study how 2write IRAQ format the school will not tell u unless they like u & ur fellow black senior students who knows this will not tell u also so the school can use it against u 2fail u study &learn how 2do this type of writing 1 to 2 years b4 u enter Law School & this apply 2all student minority or not as minority students we need 2break the cycle of locking up Black &Hispanic men 4 simple things they never lock up other nation of people

  10. TRUE!!! I worked at Cooley & found out that DESPITE the ABA's requirement that ALL law school applicants MUST HAVE a 3.0 average in order to be admitted to ANY law school, Cooley ignored that & allowed student who had LESS than a 3.0 to enter with the promise that if their grades improved after the first year, they could stay. Lots of these first year students had undergrad grades of C's & D's yet Cooley allowed them entrance into law school, taking their money & knowing FULL WELL that there would be no possible way after 4 years of high school & 4 years of undergrad at those low grades, these students would somehow "magically" raise their averages up to 3.0. They made all sorts of promises to them, took their money and/or got them DEEP into debt with loans THEN "kicked them out" after the first year. THAT'S how Cooley was making their profits! The ABA sued Cooley & I'm surprised that they STILL haven't been discredited & shut down! Or have they???

  11. my mom went to Cooley and graduated back in the 80's I am not sure how much tuition she still owed but i do know she had to work five different jobs at the same time until her law career got going. On a side note Western Michigan voted to separate itself from Cooley because they felt it was taking WMU away from its goals in education. Cooley was only associated with WMU from 2013-2020.

  12. What about STATE accredited schools?

    Im from the San Joaquin County in Northern California. Nearest Law School is LAURENCE DRIVON SCHOOL OF LAW in Stockton, CA.

    Its CALBAR (California Bar Accredited).

  13. I did 1 semester @ the non-accredited Massachusetts School of Law at Andover located in massachusett an in class room face to face school with the professors The school is racist & has a clever Ponzi scheme of admitting a large # of well educated Black & Hispanic College graduates so they can take their student loan money to keep the school afloat then in the 1st semester the school will fail an over whelming amount of the minority students By the end of the 1st semester I was the only minority student in my so called English class The professor did not know I was a English major and an English teacher & the English class was mainly there just to fail out the students because they didn't teach you how to legally write I couldn't understand what was going on until I to an online Law School which finally made me realize how Mass School of Law at Andover in Massachusetts was legally racially failing well educated minority students with their Ponzi scheme just 2take their $ At the online law school I attended u have 2learn the legal writing technique so u can take your exam it did not matter how well you study and know the material if you didn't write in the illegal format of writing then they can legally fail the ignorant students a fact the school is well aware of Do your own research & look up Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte North Carolina the school had to close down for similar reasons that the students over there didn't realize & then you'll understand what I'm talking about. Because of my intuition & research I was able 2Understand & figure out their Ponzi scheme I will not recommend any minority students to go to that school unless you are a house Niger then you will fit just perfectly well Lol. With my personal experience at the school I can truly understand why the court system has overwhelmingly placed a large amount of Black and Hispanic in the criminal jail system

  14. This video does a pretty good job of illustrating that the best route is probably going to T1 or a good state accredited, non-ABA school that has been around for a hundred years or more with a lot of graduates. Anything in between seldom makes sense. Birmingham School of Law or Nashville School of Law are the way to go if you are not going to UVA or Stanford.

  15. You should also mention accreditation status. If a school is not accredited by the ABA then you are effectively blocked from taking the bar and practicing law in other states. The vast majority of these non-ABA accredited schools (all but 4) are based in California. Especially since Americans have been stampeding out of California in recent years, going to any of these thirtysome-odd non-ABA California law schools is a career killer.

  16. I don’t even live in the U.S but found this interesting. Law school is so different here in Canada. Almost every Law school is about 10-14k a year for tuition with the exception UofT.

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