The video conferencing classroom (Webinar in Zoom) provides the flexibility that most students need to succeed in law school. The California School of Law’s online curriculum, outstanding faculty and affordability attracts the best and brightest students from throughout the U.S. and around the world.

The law school faculty includes legal professionals who have a broad range of legal expertise and experience in both the practice and teaching of law. Our classes are conducted live, in real time and small class sizes provides students one-on-one attention.

The professors instruct on the theoretical knowledge and legal concepts to prepare for the Bar Exam, as well as real-world legal issues to ensure success in the court room after graduation.

Taking the Bar Exam and Results
Over the last 5 years 77% of our graduates have passed the California Bar Examination. 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 and over ½ the states now let our student sit for the bar exam.

To find out more, contact an admissions counselor now at 805-770-3030.

First Year Law Students’ Examination Requirement
The State Bar of California requires students to pass the First-Year Law Students’ Examination (FYLSX) to earn a Juris Doctorate Degree. The FYLSX is given after completion of the first year of law school.

The California School of Law professors are outstanding legal professionals, that bring experience and knowledge to the classroom.
Our faculty have managed and litigated a wide range of civil and criminal matters, prosecuted dangerous felons, worked at big corporate law firms, small boutique firms and as solo practitioners. Now they are bring that same knowledge, passion, and drive to teaching and training you as the next generation of attorneys.

Attendance Requirements
Classes meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for three hours. Student attendance is required and attendance is taken. A minimum of 80% of class sessions must be attended for each course.

Minimum Computer Requirements
PC and Apple Macintosh Computers are fully compatible for the online classes.