It is not unusual for Edward Comito to put in 60-hour weeks at his Midland Park office, where he runs a roofing-contractor business.

So when Comito decided to pursue a law degree, his most important concern was finding a school that could accommodate his work schedule.He rejected the idea of a part-time evening program, mainly because he was unsure of whether he would make it to classes.

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