• Richard Placido

    “I chose to attend SJCL because of the return on investment. I researched bar passage rates and found that SJCL graduates were passing the bar at similar rates to students who graduated from schools that were 2 -3 times the cost of the tuition at SJCL.”

    Richard Placido, Bachelor’s in Political Science

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  • “Among the many challenges of law school, financing my education is not one of them. Utilizing my GI-Bill has ensured that it's not. My military service has given me an invaluable toolset to achieve my career goals at SJCL.”

    Jason Trupkin, Veteran

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  • Michelle Vasquez

    “Being a student at San Joaquin College of Law has allowed me to successfully balance a full time job at a professional local law firm, while at the same time, being able to focus on studies."

    Michelle Vasquez, Fresno State, Criminology

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  • Law School 101 • Wed., May 24 • 7-9p +

    Our free informational monthly law school forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to admission Read More
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  • Thomas V. Dillon (Law ’01) +

    San Joaquin College of Law notes with sadness the passing of Thomas Dillon on March 29, 2017. He is survived Read More
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  • Professors Jeffrey G. Purvis & Justin Atkinson 4/6/17 +

    Family Law Attorney Karen Mathes (Law ’95), a self-described lobbyist against modern day slavery and human trafficking, joins Professors Jeffrey Read More
  • O’Neill Book Drive Blasts into Boris Elementary +

    What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd than by dropping off the 623 books from the Read More
  • Dear Faux Amici +

    Constitutional Law Professor Jeffrey G. Purvis, San Joaquin College of Law There are write-in advice and answer columns in hundreds Read More
  • So, Cite Me! +

    This synopsis of a recent student comment featured in the San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review is part of an ongoing Read More
  • San Joaquin College of Law Creates Legacy with Agricultural Law Review +

    Law students BreAnne Ruelas, left, and Allison Ryan discuss edits on an article to be included in this year’s San Read More
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  • Christina A. Roberson (Law '12) +

    Christina Roberson is now a Deputy City Attorney for the City of Fresno. Read More
  • Amanda M. Kjar (Law '14) +

    Amanda Kjar is now an Associate Attorney at Sagaser, Watkins & Wieland PC. Read More
  • Jordan M. Penner (Law '14) +

    Jordan Penner is now the Business Development Manager at Bitwise Industries. Read More
  • William L. Chaddock (Law '16) +

    William Chaddock is now an Associate Attorney with Parker, Kern, Nard & Wenzel Read More
  • Toni Mims-Cochran (Law '96) +

    Toni Mims-Cochran (Law '96) is now an Alameda County Court Commissioner. Read More
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August 1 - November 30, 2016

San Joaquin College of Law thanks the following individuals and organizations for their gifts. Their generosity helps SJCL deliver an outstanding academic program to students.

Gifts of $25,000+
Larry L. Hillblom Foundation
Terry Hillblom (’91)

Gifts of $2,500 - 4,999
John Loomis
Carlyn Robbins (Staff)
Hon. Nancy Cisneros (’80)
Donna Korotie (’85)

Gifts of $1,000 - 2,499
Michael Condry (’80)
Michael (’93) and Germaine Dias
Steven Spencer (Board)

Gifts of $500 - 999
William Hazen (’86)
Dowling Aaron Incorporated
Sierra IP Law, PC
Dias Law Firm, Inc.
Baradat & Paboojian, LLP
Karen Buck (’96)
Jennifer Morrison (’99)

Gifts of $250 - 499
Missy McKai Cartier (Staff)
Richard Cartier
Rose Safarian (Faculty)
Wells Fargo Foundation
Denise Cahill (’04)
Hon. Georgia York (’78)
William (’77) and Shirley Armbruster
Hon. Mark Cullers
Jackson Grode
Jason (Faculty) and Karen Hamm
Hon. K. Diane Lushbough (’88)
Dennis Marshall (’84)
John “Wes” Merritt
Janice Pearson (Dean)
James Witherow (’87)

Gifts of $100 - 249
James and Jeanne Demsey
Judith Hall (’91)
Sandra Indech (’99)
James Sanderson (’80)
Hon. Houry Sanderson (’87)
Victoria Denny (Staff)
Mary Rau (’91)
Business Journal
Steven Alfieris (’97)
Peter Cowper (’88)
Rhea Ikemiya (’09)
Joan Lassley
Hon. Rosemary McGuire (’94)
Sean McLeod (’00)
Debra Mosley (’00)
Hon. Ralph Putnam (’75)
Vernon Reynolds (’10)
Steven Salazar (’84)
John Shehadey (’81)
Nancy Silacci (’80)
Allen and Nancy (’96) Stegall
Roger Stewart
Dr. Vivian Vidoli
Bob (Board) and Nancy Whalen
Alicia Wrest (Faculty and ’10)
Thomas Zynda (’93)

Jared Nelson (Staff)
Mitchell & Associates Investigations
Adina Janzen (’85)
Ian Marty (’99)
Julia Mitchell
Diane Skouti (Staff)
Margaret Smith
Linda Kelly (’86)
Hon. David Kalemkarian
Jeannie Lewis (Staff)
Lourdes Espinosa (’93)

In-Kind Gifts
James Mugridge (Faculty and ’13)
Philip E. Tavlian (’80)