The California School of Law
The California School of Law is an online law school with the goal of providing an educational experience that is as close as possible to that at a traditional residential law school. Students at CSL can see and speak with the professors and classmates by logging into a live Video Conferencing Classroom from their computer at home or work.
All classes are taught by experienced faculty, all of whom have passed the California State Bar Exam or the bar exam in another state.
How Online Law School Classes Work
Students choose The California School of Law's Online Law School to obtain an JD degree because they cannot attend a residential law school due to work or family commitments, not to mention the enormous financial burden of the tuition and travel involved in attending a residential law school.
The classes at the California School of Law provide a genuine law school experience at a pace and cost that is manageable for a working adult.
The classes meet each week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with students and professors participating in live video conferencing. In the classes, they discuss and debate the law as if they were physically in the same room. In these classes professors utilize the traditional Socratic Method of legal education, students make case presentations and are questioned about the case by the professor.
State of the art technology enables students to submit examinations, essays and memoranda of law, for professors to review, discuss and grade. The technology also enables the students to form study groups in which they discuss cases, trade class outlines, prep for tests and make friends and networking connections that may last a lifetime.
California School of Law is interested in students who want to become successful lawyers and are willing to work hard to achieve a Juris Doctor Degree. If you have a Bachelors Degree you are eligible for law school admissions.
Applicants with a Bachelors Degree
Applicants with a Bachelors Degree from an accredited College or University, with a minimum GPA of 2.0 meet the online law school admission standards and are eligible for law school admission.
Exceptions for Applicants without a Bachelors Degree
Applicants with a 100 college units are considered for an admissions exception to the law school. Applicants with a minimum GPA of 2.0 meet the online law school admission standards and are eligible for law school admission.
Applicants with a Master’s Degree (but are without a Bachelor’s Degree) are considered for an admissions exception to the law school.
The California School of Law provides students with several affordable and attractive installment loan plans. Every student enrolled in the California School of Law will be approved for an installment loan. Tuition is charged by the semester, not the year, keeping both the principal and interest low.
California State Bar
California School of Law is registered as a Distance-Learning Law School with The Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California.
In April 2009, the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California performed a complete onsite inspection of the California School of Law, including it's corporate offices, student and business records, education technology and faculty. The Committee of Bar Examiners has approved the registration of the California School of Law as a Distance Learning Law School.
Graduates of the California School of Law receive a Juris Doctor degree, creating numerous employment opportunities as an attorney, law professor, business person, and more.
Graduates of the California School of Law are eligible to sit for the California State Bar Exam and there are ways to work as an attorney in every state.
American Bar Association
To date, the American Bar Association (ABA) has not accredited any online law school. Thus, the California School of Law is not accredited by the American Bar Association.
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