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  • New College of California School of Law (Closed)

    California (San Francisco) -- New College of California School of Law (Closed) -- Accreditation: none
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    Re: New College of California School of Law (Closed)

    As of April 1, 2008, the students transferred to John F. Kennedy University School of Law (as did several faculty members), and New College School of Law ceased to exist.

    New College of California School of Law was a private, non-profit law school in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 1973 as a part of the now defunct New College of California, and deemed itself the oldest public interest law school in the United States. It offered a full-time three-year program and a part-time four-year program. In February 2008, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges ("WASC") withdrew its accreditation of New College of California, with which the Law School was affiliated. As a result, New College students are no longer eligible for federal financial aid funds, and the college folded.

    A number of well-known lawyers and activists taught and studied at the school, including Roberta Achtenberg, Stephen Bingham, Angela Davis, Peter Gabel, and Tom Hayden.


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      Hello. How do I obtain my transcript for my law degree from New college ? Thanks


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        I would suggest to contact the state Department of Education, and ask them where those records are being kept and how you may access them.


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