Law School Online
Students are in live video conferencing classes with the professor and classmates, where students and faculty discuss and debate the law two nights a week. All classes are conducted live and use the Socratic Method of instruction.
The California School of Law’s goal is to provide an educational experience as close as possible to a traditional residential law school. Students can see and speak live with the professors and classmates on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The students and faculty discuss and debate the law as if they are physically in the same room. The smaller class sizes allow students to develop a much more personal relationship with the professors and other students than at larger law schools.
Classroom participation with professors obviously is an important part of law school, but communication between students also is important. At the California School of Law, students can form study groups to discuss cases, trade class outlines, prep for tests, as well as make friends and networking connections that last a lifetime.
Learn About the California School of Law's online law school, Straight from the Source. You will find video Testimonials from Alumni and Students as well as a recordings of a torts class.