The critiques of ABA accredited law schools are well known. Now the LA Times is exploring the world of California unaccredited law schools. Turns out that that nearly 9 out of 10 students who enroll in one of California's 22 unaccredited law schools drop out - and only about 20% of those who do finish pass the bar. The good news? They're pretty cheap. Northwestern California University School of Law is running a celebration sale of $2850/year tuition for its four year online program. That's roughly the cost, all in, of beauty school. And good government types need not worry; students in the program are not eligible for Federal loans.