Meet SJCL Alumnus & Veteran Brian Alvarez
Meet Judge Brian Alvarez, SJCL alumni, Fresno County Superior Court Judge, and U.S. Air Force veteran at the upcoming Veterans to Law School Forum. He will share how his military career helped prepare him for his life in law.
Meet SJCL Adjunct Faculty Babak “Bobby” Shakoory
Meet Bobby Shakoory, a San Joaquin College of Law adjunct faculty and in-house counsel for the Granville family of companies, including Granville Homes. The youngest in his class, he received his first law degree when he was 20 years old and moved to the United States when he was 30.
Learn more about Professor Shakoory, why his love for the law began at an early age and how his past professors and mentors have inspired him to give back to future SJCL graduates and lawyers!
Meet SJCL Alumnus William Parry
Meet William Parry, a San Joaquin College of Law alumni and the only exclusively criminal defense lawyer in Kings County. As a Central Valley native, he chose to practice in his community and felt prepared to start his legal career after graduating from SJCL.
Learn more about William, how law school friendships helped him de-stress and why he believes a law school degree is worth every penny!
Meet SJCL Academic Dean Justin Atkinson
Meet Justin Atkinson, Academic Dean for San Joaquin College of Law (SJCL). Like many legal professionals in our community, he enjoys helping law students achieve their goals and realize how far a law degree can take them.
Learn more about Justin, how proud he is of his students to persevere through tough times and why he enjoys playing to the beat of his own drums in his spare time!
Meet SJCL Alumnus Henry Campa
Meet Henry Campa (Law ’11), Founder of the California Justice League and a San Joaquin College of Law alumni. As a passionate public defender, his upbringing has allowed him to connect with his clients on a deeper level and successfully represent them in court.
Learn more about Henry, why he approached law school as a personal challenge and why transferring to SJCL from another law school was one of the best decisions he’s ever made.
The Law School Experience in the Words of our Students
Going to law school is a journey unlike any other. From learning new ways of thinking to forming lifelong friendships, law school offers a rewarding experience you won’t get anywhere else.
But don’t take our word for it. Four of our current students recently spoke at our Law School 101 Forum and gave their best advice for success during law school and valuable insight on what you can expect.
Meet Alumna Alicia Diaz Wrest, Law Library Director
Like many law school students, Alicia worked hard and followed her dream of becoming a lawyer and helping her community.
Learn more about Alicia, how SJCL helped prepare her for life after the bar exam and why she encourages people to take the first step towards enrolling in law school.
Top Five Helpful Takeaways from our 2017 Career Panel
It’s no secret how committed we are to help people to and through their law school journey. As the only accredited law school within a 120-mile radius, we wanted to give potential students the opportunity to hear from five of our alumni about some of their challenges during law school, best advice after graduation and much more!
Paboojian Named Trial Lawyer of the Year
The CAL-ABOTA Board of Directors has selected Warren Paboojian (Law ’85) as the 2017 Trial Lawyer of the Year.
Military Service is a Great Start for a Law Career
Veterans, attorneys, and current law students came together to discuss the compatibility of military experience and law school at the recent Veterans to Law School Forum presented by the Clovis Veterans Memorial District and San Joaquin College of Law.
Meet Staff Member Francisco "Javier" Rosas
Meet Francisco "Javier" Rosas, Admissions Counselor for San Joaquin College of Law (SJCL). As a first-generation college student, he struggled to navigate the college system and soon realized he wanted to help others who dealt with the same issues.
Our free informational monthly law forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to admission requirements. The first hour is a presentation about the law school followed by the opportunity to meet a panel of currently enrolled students. Find out what law school is like, the amount of work involved, and if SJCL and a career in law is right for you.
Next test is December 2, 2017 with a deadline to register of October 18.
Obtain your legal education in a region where the job market for attorneys is expanding.