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    California (San Luis Obispo) -- University of San Luis Obispo School of Law --Accreditation: Rule XIX -- Year Founded: 1993
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    The University of San Luis Obispo School of Law provides a high quality legal education through a part-time weekend program, leading to the award of a Juris Doctor degree and eligibility to sit for the California State Bar Examination. Founded to provide an opportunity for men and women of all ages, backgrounds, and life experiences to enter the legal profession, the college seeks to prepare our students to think critically, communicate effectively, act ethically, value diversity, and be leaders in both the legal profession and society.

    The University of San Luis Obispo School of Law is a small unaccredited school, established to meet the needs of residents in San Luis Obispo County. Classes are large enough to promote vigorous discussion, but small enough to interface and know professors and other students. The faculty is outstanding, made up of previous graduates of the school, who know what it's like to study law part-time and who are familiar with the teaching techniques of the school's founder, Judge Porter.

    About the School

    The University of San Luis Obispo School of Law is an unaccredited law school which was formed from the existing Ridgecrest School of Law, which was founded by retired Judge Charles Porter in 1993. The school operates under the Rules and Guidelines of the State Bar of California. The school is a private, profit-making educational institution organized as an LLC. Judge Porter moved to San Luis Obispo in 2000 and opened a Branch law school for students in the local area. The San Luis Obispo branch of the Ridgecrest School of Law attracted a wide range of students desiring a legal education and eligibility to take the California Bar Examination. The quality of life and attractiveness of the central coast, as well as the need for professional legal education, made it desirable to create a San Luis Obispo law school.

    San Luis Obispo School of Law - Home
    165 Grand Avenue
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405-2007
    (805) 544-6767

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