• Wired: Law grad online, bar none – A story about the first graduating class of Concord Law School, the nation’s first online law school.

    While I don’t know if an online program would be the same as a classroom-based L-school program, the online program would be very similiar to the 19th century practice (actually still legal in Virginia) of “reading for the law,” in which a person would read cases under the tutorage of a local attorney for several years before taking the bar. Many Judges, Supreme Court Justices, and even President Lincoln because attorneys once upon a time this way.