Exams are taken on your computer. All Final Exams are proctored, the Mid-term Exams are not. The Law School will work with you to find a covenant test center, typically a college test center or local library.
Classes are conducted just like at a traditional “brick and mortar” law school with the professor discussing cases, directly question students, and give students the opportunity to debate the law with their classmates. Students have have face to face interaction with other students, establishing friendships and professional networking connections.
If you would like to determine if you would be admitted to the California School of Law, fill out our Admissions Evaluation and a law school counselor will get right back to you.