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    California (Culver City) -- California School of Law -- Accreditation: Rule XIX -- Year Founded: 2004
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    The California School of Law was founded in 2007 as an online law school that awards a Juris Doctor degree, making students eligible to sit for the California State Bar examination. Students and instructors meet in a virtual classroom and are able to speak to one another using Ventrilo, a free VOiP software program. The California School of Law utilizes the Socratic Method of teaching. Under this system of legal instruction, students are assigned cases and statutes to read and brief before each class. This is followed by in-class presentations by the students and questions by the professors regarding the facts, rule of law or the court’s reasoning.

    The California School of Law is registered with the California State Bar Committee of Bar Examiners as a “Distance Learning” law school. The Institution is not accredited by the American Bar Association. Students must pass the First Year Law Students’ Exam in order to receive a Juris Doctor and to become eligible for the California State Bar Exam.

    Live Virtual Classrooms

    Students can speak with the professors and classmates by logging into a Virtual Classroom from a computer at home or work, to discuss cases and debate the law.

    Many potential law students cannot attend a residential law school due to work or family commitments, not to mention the financial burden of tuition and travel. The virtual classes at the California school of Law will give you a genuine law school experience at a pace and price a working adult can handle.

    The virtual classes meet each week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with students participating in live law school classes, where students can submit examinations, essays or memoranda of law for professors to grade, as well as study groups to discuss cases, trade class outlines, prep for tests and make friends and networking connections that last a lifetime.

    We have students attending from all over the United States, all with different backgrounds, and all with a common goal, Becoming an Attorney!
    Frequently Asked Questions

    How does the California School of Law's on-line Law School work?
    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 speak live with the professors and classmates by logging into a Virtual Classroom from their computer at home or work.

    What degree do I receive when I graduate?
    Every student who graduates from the California School of Law will receive a Juris Doctorate, opening up a world of employment opportunities, as an attorney, law professor, business person, or wherever you imagine your career is taking you.

    Are International Students Welcome?
    Yes. If you can access the Internet, you can enroll as a California School of Law student. Students may attend lectures, submit examinations for grading, all without the substantial expense of relocating to the United States. Students who obtained their pre-legal education outside the United States must provide documentation that their education meets the necessary regulatory requirements. Juris Doctor candidates undergraduate transcripts must be evaluated by an approved agency subject to the rules of the California State Bar. Some applicants may be required to take the TOEFL exam. Classes are in English and students will need to speak English to attend.

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    California School of Law
    5276 Hollister Ave, Suite 262
    Santa Barbara, CA 93111
    Telephone: 805-683-5337 or 866-970-4law
    Email: [email protected]


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