• 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 • Tues., June 27 • 7-9p +

    Our free informational monthly law school forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to admission Read More
  • LSAT Night • Mon., July 24 • 7-9p +

    Join us for a free session on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) led by SJCL Dean Jan Pearson to Read More
  • Veterans Forum • Thurs., Nov. 9 • 7-9p +

    Veterans to Law School Thursday, November 9 from 7-9pm Clovis Veterans Memorial District and San Joaquin College of Law are Read More
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  • Barbara H. Allison (Law ’90) +

    San Joaquin College of Law notes with sadness the passing of Barbara H. Allison (Law ’90) on June 10th. Barbara Read More
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  • Cynthia J. Hopper (Law ’97) Appointed Commissioner +

    Pictured above: Cindy Hopper is sworn in as a Commissioner. Pictured (L to R back row): Commissioner Rhonda Duncan (Law 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
  • SJCL Toasts February Bar Passers +

    Eleven SJCL February Barpassers turned up for the traditional Champagne Toast. Picture Front Row (L to R): Joe Alindajao, Leila Read More
  • Immigration Clinic 2017 Pro Bono Volunteer Award +

    San Joaquin College of Law Professor and NALC Director Gregory Olson congratulates Justin Sweeney, winner of the Pro Bono Volunteer Read More
  • Traynor Moot Court Competition +

    Congratulations to the San Joaquin College of Law Traynor Team! The Team which brought home a Kalman S. Zempleny II Read More
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  • The Law School Experience in The Words of Our Students +

    The Law School Experience in the Words of our Students Going to law school is a journey unlike any other. Read More
  • Meet SJCL Alumna Alicia Diaz Wrest +

    Meet Alumna Alicia Diaz Wrest, Law Library Director Like many law school students, Alicia worked hard and followed her dream Read More
  • Top Five Helpful Takeaways from our 2017 Career Panel +

    Speakers at the Career Panel (L-R) Jonathan O. Peña (Law '10), Sally Moreno (Law '95), Dean Janice Pearson, Lazaro Salazar Read More
  • Paboojian Named Trial Lawyer of the Year +

    Paboojian Named Trial Lawyer of the Year The CAL-ABOTA Board of Directors has selected Warren Paboojian (Law ’85) as the Read More
  • Military Service is a Great Start for a Law Career +

    Speakers Panel at the Veterans to Law School Forum, Clovis Veterans Memorial District (CVMD). (L-R) Lorenzo Rios, CVMD Chief Operating Read More
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  • Nicholas A. Schuller (Law ’98) +

    Nick Schuller is now a Senior Attorney at the Tulare County Public Defender’s Office. Read More
  • Ryan B. Kalashian (Law ’16) +

    Ryan Kalashian is now an Associate Attorney at Marderosian & Cohen. Read More
  • John “Chris” Matthes (Law ’16) +

    Chris Matthes is now an Associate Attorney at Campagne & Campagne. Read More
  • Diego E. Andrade (Law ’16) +

    Diego Andrade is now a Tulare County Deputy District Attorney. Read More
  • Joe L. Alindajao (Law ’16) +

    Joe Alindajao is now a Tulare County Deputy District Attorney. Read More
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