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    Concord Law School offers a challenging legal education without the demands of high tuition costs, commuting, or relocation. In 1998, Concord was the first law school in the United States to offer students a traditional law school program online, including interactive live classes, frequent testing with extensive feedback, and nationally respected faculty members. We’re proud of our tough yet highly rewarding programs. Those prepared for the challenge will find a curriculum that delivers a first-rate law school education in a flexible and supportive environment.

    Explore our website, hear our alumni stories, learn about our law programs, and discover why—as for Concord's more than 1,800 graduates—the best law school may be the one that comes to you.

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    Jul
    09

    Success in Law School with Professor Sara Berman
    Interested in going to law school? Get tips and advice.

    Jul
    16

    Sifting Through the Information Overload with Professor Richard Hermann

    Learn how to mine data for legal jobs.

    Aug
    02

    Class of Summer 2014 graduation ceremony at Skirball Cultural Center.

    Latest News

    Solo Conference Speakers Announced

    Robert L. Kehr of Kehr, Schiff & Crane, LLP and Josh King, General Counsel of Avvo spoke at the Concord alumni event on June 21st.

  • A Message from the Dean

    Concord Law School strives to provide students with an exemplary online legal education. As a Concord graduate, I am proud to have this opportunity to serve the Law School at this juncture and to support the fine work of its professors and administrative staff. It is my goal as dean, and the goal of our faculty, to provide our students with a challenging, accessible, and affordable legal education.

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  • * Concord’s method of delivering instruction—via the Internet without a fixed classroom facility—places it in the unaccredited distance learning school category under the State Bar of California rules. While the California Bar and the American Bar Association (ABA) do not accredit distance learning schools, the Committee registers schools in this category.

    Concord Law School is registered as such and the JD program is designed to meet the legal education requirements of the Committee of Bar Examiners. Concord operates under the rules and guidelines established by the Committee. Those rules and guidelines require certain disclosures to prospective students and students which Concord supports. Study at, or graduation from, Concord may not qualify a student to take the bar examination or satisfy the requirements for admission to practice law in jurisdictions other than California. A student seeking admission to practice law in a jurisdiction other than California should contact the admitting authority in that jurisdiction for information regarding the legal education requirement for admission to the practice of law.

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