• An Interview with JD learner Sanad Karkar

    Sep 28, 2017 by University Communications
    Sanad Karkar, currently in his 3L year of law school, shares his thoughts about his experiences thus far in CalSouthern’s JD program as a global marketing professional living overseas.
  • Public Defender Scholarship for Law Students

    Oct 10, 2016 by Robert Theofanis
    Any current law student who has completed an internship, externship, or clinic with any public defender’s office (or otherwise represented indigent criminal defendants) in the calendar year prior to submission (e.g., if you completed an externship during Summer 2016, your deadline is January 15, 2017).
  • Legal Affairs: CalSouthern Introduces New Law Programs

    Aug 15, 2016 by University Communications
    The CalSouthern School of Law has begun accepting enrollments into two new degree programs. The Master of Science in Dispute Resolution (MSDR) is designed to meet the growing need for mediators and arbitrators...
  • Frank Daugherty: Attorney, Marine, Hero

    Aug 12, 2016 by Tom Dellner
    Earning a law degree and then passing the bar exam is an extraordinary challenge. Now add in a family of four. On top of that, try being on active duty in the Marines, with responsibilities that have you working 29 straight days, with a 24-hour shift every three days within that cycle.
  • Meet 10 Members of CalSouthern’s Graduating Class of 2015

    Sep 10, 2015 by Tom Dellner
    Each year, CalSouthern’s commencement ceremony marks the high point on the university’s academic calendar. The celebration continues to expand in scope.
  • Legal Affairs: A Conversation with Mike Neff

    Jun 30, 2015 by University Communications
    Earlier this year, Mike Neff, of CalSouthern’s School of Law, was named CalSouthern Faculty Mentor of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2014.
  • Ten Tips for Passing the California Bar Examination

    Apr 17, 2015 by Jackson Mumey
    Nationwide, bar examinations are getting tougher. There’s no doubt about it. And for many years now, the hardest to pass in the U.S. has been in California Bar Exam.
  • A Childhood Dream, Fulfilled: Virginia Marsh’s Long Road to the Practice of Law

    Feb 4, 2015 by Tom Dellner
    Since she was a young girl, Virginia Marsh wanted to be an attorney. But not just any attorney. Virginia was fascinated by the highest, most treasured and most fundamental ideals in American law. She wanted to practice constitutional law.
  • Guest Column: How to Provide an Effective Free Legal Consultation

    Feb 4, 2015 by William D. Hartsock, Esq
    Knowing how to provide an effective free consultation is an art that will help you sign on good clients and avoid the bad ones. It can have a significant impact on the efficient use of your time. It can help you maximize your potential income.
  • Legal Affairs: Tips for Writing an Admissions Essay

    Feb 4, 2015 by Bernadette Agaton, JD
    Many institutions of higher education require applicants to submit a personal statement or admissions essay as part of the application process. The personal statement or admissions essay is an important tool for universities to determine whether an applicant has what it takes to succeed at the institution.



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