Choosing a Law School in Orange County

If you are interested in attending Law School in Orange County, you have options. You can go to a traditional law school that will require your presence in classes every day and cost you a lot of money, or you can attend a non-traditional school that offers night classes and costs much less than you might expect. A traditional school is a must for some students. They may need the structure. They may need, or want, to live away from home and participate in dormitory life. They may need the support of an entire faculty with regular office hours. They may also not have to worry about taking out student loans to pay for their education. Whatever the reasons, the traditional school setting is what they choose.

Another option for Law School in Orange County is more flexible and cost effective. Night classes and meetings offer you a solid education while you work during the day. Adjunct Professors are highly qualified and currently practice in the community as lawyers and judges. You will earn a degree and be prepared to sit the California Bar Examination, just like you would if you attended traditional Law School in Orange County. You have the opportunity to earn a Juris Doctorate degree and sit the Bar Exam or earn a Master’s of Law Studies Degree. You can also earn a combination of both degrees and sit the Bar Exam as well. Click Here for information regarding degree options.

Criteria for admission includes an Associate of Arts or Associates of Science Degree or 60 semester hours of college work with a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher. Admission into the Master’s Degree program requires at least a bachelor’s degree with a 2.0 GPA. The school is fully accredited with a high rate of students passing the California Bar Examination. The school will also give you information needed should you wish to sit the Bar Exam in other States as well as California. There is an accredited research and Law library at your disposal. You can also access, or volunteer to help with, tutoring and mentoring other students and faculty. Check out the information and see if it will suit your needs.

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