This time, it is from the "California School of Law". If he successfully completes the program, he can ONLY take the Bar in California, and will NOT be accepted into to the American Bar Association, even if he passes.
But, since he is planning to use his fake law degree to run for office, it might not matter whether or not he can actually practice law.
Yeah, nice thing about Jenny leaving you is you can now "pursue your dreams." Maybe if you close your eyes long enough, your kids will disappear as well. It certainly doesn't seem as though he is making any effort at all to support them. That 30K he is blowing on a worthless degree is a lot of money towards raising 6 kids. I hope the court takes that he can suddenly afford this added expense when dividing assets and awarding child support.
Here is Bryan's new school. No need for that burdensome LSAT or even decent grades in undergrad! No, we aren't accredited, but you can still sit for the bar (in California only) so it doesn't matter....live your dream!
You would think that Bryan would have learned his lesson about online schools. He received his MBA from the University of Phoenix and, last I heard, has not been able to use it. Now I can't know for sure if that is the school's fault because Bryan seems pretty lazy, but the last thing he needs to do is get another online degree. Especially from a school full of disclaimers.