I'm shocked that graduates are even allowed to sit for the California bar.
If I remember correctly, you can take correspondence course or online classes to sit for the CA bar.
Also, you don't actually have to attend college. Instead of actually going through the arduous process of completing the two cumbersome years of associates degree work from a community college, you can take equivalency exams that prove that you have the knowledge base tested in those classes.
Also, IIRC, you don't have to attend classes for three years like a traditional program. You can attend for one years and work in a law office or for a judge for three years after the one year of coursework. These requirements inspire a few
's from me, until I realize that once you're licensed in CA and have been practicing, some states offer reciprocity, and the
turns into a
I think the CA assembly is reviewing legislation so that anybody with more than 1000 posts on TLS are able to sit for the exam.