Completed applications should be submitted by June 1st. Applications received after June 1st will be considered if space is available.
After the online application file is complete, the applicant may be required to attend an interview with the Admissions Committee.
All applicants are required to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This examination is normally given in February, June, October, and December. Applicants are urged to take the LSAT by February of the year in which admission is sought. The application packet is available from any law school or it may be obtained by writing to the administrator of the examination: Law School Admission Council, Box 2000, Newtown, PA 18940-0998; telephone (215) 968-1001. Online registration is also available @ http://www.lsac.org. Note: Cal Northern School of Law does not participate in the LSDAS services.
Students admitted to Cal Northern School of Law are designated “regular,” “special,” or “transfer” students. Classification definitions are set forth below.
*For the Summary of Credit Recommendations for the CLEP Examinations and further information, please contact The College Board at the above address.
In compliance with California B&P Code Section 6061.7(a), Cal Northern provides the following information about its JD program. 2017 Information Report
Cal Northern School of Law provided me with a unique and manageable opportunity to earn my law degree while holding down a full time job and raising a family. We’re very fortunate to have this high quality night law school in Northern California.Edward Rizzuto - Class of 2007
The professors are experienced, working legal professionals – all with a passion for the law and teaching. I worked full time and attended classes in the evenings.Margaret Buchan - Class of 2009
Receiving my legal education at Cal Northern School of Law allowed me to obtain a high quality legal education, taught by practicing attorneys, while also having the freedom to work full time.Matthew Watkins - Class of 2003