• 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., August 30 • 7-9p +

    Our free informational monthly law school forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to admission 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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  • Robert E. Ellis (Law ’76) +

    San Joaquin College of Law notes with sadness the passing of Robert Ellis on July 24th. “Bob" is survived by Read More
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  • Professors Jeffrey G. Purvis & Justin Atkinson 8/3/17 +

    Dr. Marc Lasher joins Professors Jeffrey G. Purvis and Justin Atkinson on Valley Views on the Law to talk about Read More
  • Professors Jeffrey G. Purvis & Justin Atkinson 6/1/17 +

    Central California Legal Services Special Projects Attorney Jennifer Mele joins Professors Jeffrey G. Purvis and Justin Atkinson to talk about Read More
  • SJCL Class of 2017 +

    Congratulations to the SJCL Class of 2017, including: Front Row (L-R) Ingrid Veronica Caero, Brittaney Lauren Contreras, Heidi Ree Falany, Read More
  • Bar Admissions Ceremony +

    June Bar Admissions. In law, the real estate values of “location, location, location” could easier be replaced with “reputation, reputation, Read More
  • World Refugee Day +

    San Joaquin College of Law’s New American Legal Clinic is proud to be part of the World Refugee Day Citizenship Read More
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  • Meet SJCL Academic Dean Justin Atkinson +

    Meet SJCL Academic Dean Justin Atkinson Meet Justin Atkinson, Academic Dean for San Joaquin College of Law (SJCL). Like many Read More
  • Meet SJCL Alumnus Henry Campa +

    Meet SJCL Alumnus Henry Campa Meet Henry Campa (Law ’11), Founder of the California Justice League and a San Joaquin Read More
  • 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
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  • Mary F. Lerner (Law '02) +

    Mary Lerner is now Senior Counsel at Lozano Smith, where her practice areas include Labor & Employment, Facilities & Business, Read More
  • Daisy E. Castro (Law ‘12) +

    Daisy Castro is now an Associate Attorney in the Los Angeles offices of Mullen & Filippi, where she specializes in Workers Compensation. Read More
  • Lacee O’Brien (Law ’14) +

    Lacee O’Brien is now an attorney with the Fresno County Department of Child Support Services. Read More
  • Maribel Hernandez (Law ’04) +

    Maribel Hernandez has joined the law firm of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo as a Senior Associate in the Read More
  • Lisa A. Cutts (Law ‘11) +

    Lisa Cutts is now a partner at Bolen Fransen Sawyers LLP. Read More
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