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Opportunity Law School Opens in San Diego

San Diego Law School, the new branch campus of San Francisco Law School, is open and accepting applications for Fall 2014. San Francisco Law School, the oldest evening law school in the Western United States, is a California Accredited Law School, and is WASC Accredited as a school of Alliant International University. San Diego Law School is the first new branch campus approved by the State Bar of California in the 87 years.

The San Diego Law School program is taught by experienced and practicing legal professionals and integrates core law instruction with practical skills and innovative Bar Exam skills training. "Our students come to law school because they care about their community, and return to practice there after graduation," said Jane Gamp, Dean of San Francisco Law School. With tuition substantially more affordable than its ABA counterparts and the availability of financial aid for qualified students, San Diego Law School will match a need in the legal community.

Alliant International University President, Dr. Geoffrey Cox, said, "The expansion of our law program to the Alliant campus in San Diego is something we have wanted to do for a while and we look forward to offering affordable opportunity legal education to the San Diego area."

California is unique in offering a "fresh start" to those who were not as successful in their first year of law school as they would like. The small classes and personal attention given at schools like San Francisco Law School, and now San Diego Law School, are well suited to assist these second start students.

San Diego Law School will be housed in the iconic Walter Library on the Alliant campus at Scripps Ranch located at 10455 Pomerado Road, San Diego, CA 92131. Alliant International University is private non-profit university and an equal opportunity employer and educator.

Submitted by San Diego Law School

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