"As a Hmong immigrant arriving from Laos, I became the first person in my family to graduate from college and attend law school. The professors and staff at SJCL are amazing, supportive, and inspiring."
- Yao Vang, Political Science, UC Merced
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- Counseling on the value of a legal career
- SJCL’s application process
- Navigating LSAC website
- LSAC application and CAS report
- LSAT preparation and studying materials
- Connecting applicants to faculty and staff
- One on one admissions counseling
- Campus tour and class visitations
- Connect to students and student organizations
- Networking Events (LS101, Career Panel, Dean’s Reception, Veterans to Law School, etc.)
亚洲免费无码中文在线&free欧美高清猪马牛&青青草手机在线免费看At SJCL we strive to assist you throughout your law school experience to support your success.
We look forward to speaking with you.
Francisco "Javier" Rosas, US Army, (Ret.)
San Joaquin College of Law is located in the San Joaquin Valley, which has one of the most diverse populations in the United States. San Joaquin College of Law’s mission is to educate and develop individuals to become highly skilled attorneys and problem solvers, who will benefit the communities in which they live and serve.
亚洲免费无码中文在线&free欧美高清猪马牛&青青草手机在线免费看San Joaquin College of Law is committed to diversity over all dimensions in every aspect of its operation. For more than 45 years San Joaquin College of Law has strived to promote diversity and tolerance on campus and in the community. We have a history of educating and helping our valley’s underserved and underrepresented populations. Through teaching, admissions, hiring, campus culture, community outreach and the governing board, San Joaquin College of Law is committed to seeking out opportunities to continue to enrich diversity in all facets of our college community. We are committed to respect the individual differences of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, socioeconomics, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, age, and disability, whether actual or perceived. We recognize that these human differences are our strength by which conversations are encouraged and communities improved.