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 Rosas
Meet Francisco 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.
Attend our next Law School 101 forum to learn what law school is like, the amount of work involved, and if SJCL is right for you.
The first hour is a presentation by one of our faculty about law school followed by some brief testimonials by current students. It is then opened up to any questions you may have.
Next test is June 12, 2017 with a deadline to register of April 26.
Obtain your legal education in a region where the job market for attorneys is expanding.