California Southern Law School is no longer enrolling new students. After 48 years of being family owned, members of the administration are planning for retirement. Our last graduating class will be the class of 2020.
Unfortunately there are no other schools in the area similar to ours that we would refer an individual interested in law study to. Here is a link to The State Bar of California's list of all law schools in the state:
California Southern Law School is no longer admitting or enrolling beginning or transfer students.
Admission is granted to men and women regardless of age, race, disability, religion, or ethnic origin. It is the applicant's responsibility to make all arrangements for transcripts. Transcripts delivered by the applicant in person will be accepted if they are official transcripts (in a sealed and unopened envelope). Failure to fully complete the Application For Admission form and furnish supporting transcripts will delay action on the application.
First Year Applicants
California Southern Law School is no longer admitting beginning students.
Applicants must have satisfactorily:
- Earned a Bachelor degree at a regionally accredited or approved school recognized by the Committee of Bar Examiners, or
- Earned an Associate of Arts (AA) degree or Associate of Science (AS) degree, or
- completed 60 semester (90 quarter units) of college work applicable to a Bachelor degree at a regionally accredited or approved school recognized by the Committee of Bar Examiners, or
- achieved passing scores on the CLEP examinations
Note: Pre-law studies at institutions outside the United States or its territories and possessions may be accepted after evaluation.
Advanced Student (Transfer) Applicants
California Southern Law School is no longer enrolling transfer students.