The goal of the California School of Law is to provide an online law school experience equal to that provided at prestigious residential law schools.
We have students attending from across the United States, with different backgrounds and all with a common goal, receiving an online law degree and becoming an Attorney!
How Online Law School Classes Work
Many potential law students choose our online law school because they cannot attend a residential law school due to work or family commitments, not to mention the enormous financial burden of the tuition and travel involved in attending a residential law school. The virtual classes at the California School of Law provide a genuine law school experience at a pace and cost that is manageable for a working adult.
The virtual classes meet each week on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with students and professors participating in a live video conference in which they discuss and debate the law as if they were physically in the same room. In these classes students and professors utilize the traditional Socratic Method of legal education used at prestigious residential law schools.
State of the art technology enables students to submit examinations, essays and memoranda of law online, for professors to review, discuss and grade. The online technology also enables the students to form study groups in which they discuss cases, trade class outlines, prep for tests and make friends and networking connections that may last a lifetime.
For further information, contact a California School of Law academic counselor at 805-770-3030 or 844-500-9200, or reach us through e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.