The Law School's policy on attendance is based on the premise that regular communication between professors and students is a significant part of the learning process.
The California School of Law's virtual classes meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for three hours. Student attendance is required and attendance is taken at all classes. A minimum of 80% of all class sessions in each course must be attended in order for a student to receive a passing grade.
Interruptions in attendance due to illness, work or personal emergency will be handled on a case-by-case basis between the student and instructor, in consultation with the administration.
Students are required to maintain continuous enrollment. Failure to maintain continuous enrollment may result in academic dismissal from the Law School. Each school year will consist of a minimum of 48 weeks of continuous education.