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TCS Education System

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Santa Barbara Campus 20 East Victoria Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 T [805] 979-9860 CollegesOfLaw.edu : Ventura Campus 4475 Market Street, Ventura, CA 93003

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“Student” includes any person taking a course or courses from the School. Persons who are not officially enrolled for a particular semester or session, (e.g., JD Summer session, or MLS Summer 1) but who have a continuing relationship with the School, are considered “students” under this definition.

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Financial Information

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Courses dropped during the Add/Drop period will be refunded 100% of tuition and course fees, subject to a withdrawal fee, deducted from any refund if not paid separately. Oregon students who withdraw from a course after the Add/Drop period are eligible for a partial refund through the middle week of …

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Student Services And Activities

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The libraries provide convenient access to legal materials for onsite and local online students in research-intensive courses, and may also be used for studying and completing course-related assignments. Additional resources are available at the county law libraries throughout California, including in Santa Barbara and Ventura, at 1100 Anacapa

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Financial Information

Student Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

A student who withdraws from one or more courses during a JD Summer session will not be charged such a fee but will be charged an Add/Drop Fee per occurrence. Any refund due to the student will first be applied toward reducing any amount owed by the student to the School. The remaining refund balance, if any, will be forwarded to the student.

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About This Catalog

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“Student” includes any person taking a course or courses from the School. Persons who are not officially enrolled for a particular semester or session, (e.g., JD Summer session, or MLS Summer 1) but who have a continuing relationship with the School, are considered “students” under this definition.

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Programs Of Study

California Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

California accredited J.D. law program: high quality, affordable, practical legal education with evening classes for working adults.

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Academic Calendar

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The Hybrid Juris Doctor program is a blend of online and onsite learning that is comprised of a Fall, Spring and Summer semester (14 weeks/1 day each, including exams). Some online elective courses may be eight weeks. Students in the Hybrid JD Program are required to attend onsite, weekend residencies that occur four times per semester.

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Student Policies

Results Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The plan describes the relationship between these outcomes and the courses for each program. The plan also identifies the assessment instruments, the methods for evaluating student learning within each program, and the process for evaluation of results. It will be updated annually. The Administration Office may be contacted for a copy of the

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Program: Master Of Legal Studies (MLS)

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The curriculum consists of required courses and elective courses. To graduate, students must complete 18 units of required courses, including each of those listed below, and 12 units of elective courses. The Capstone is designed to be taken as the student’s last course, prior to graduation. MLS 440 - Administrative Process

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Juris Doctor (JD)

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Courses listed with “Required” are required for graduation; others are elective except to the extent a student must take courses offered during a particular semester/session to fulfill unit load requirements. All courses are letter-graded except those marked “P/F” for Pass/Fail grading. Course Descriptions

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Current Students

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Classes are small enough so that each student receives personal attention while being part of a class large enough to encourage discussion of a wide range of viewpoints. Classes in the first year of the curriculum may have 30-65 members, while advanced courses

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Institution And Accreditation

Juris Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The School offers three educational degree programs, as described in this Catalog: Juris Doctor (JD) , an evening program with onsite classes, offered at both campuses Hybrid Juris Doctor (HJD) , an online program with onsite residences at the Ventura campus Master of Legal Studies (MLS) , an online program. The School is an affiliate of TCS Education System (TCS), a charitable, tax-exempt

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Student Services And Activities

Libraries Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The libraries provide convenient access to legal materials for on-site and local online students in research-intensive courses, and may also be used for studying and completing course-related assignments. Additional resources are available at the county law libraries in Santa Barbara and Ventura, at 1100 Anacapa Street, 2nd Floor and 800 S

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Financial Information

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Repeated Courses Repeated courses are financial aid-eligible and will count toward full or half-time enrollment status only once; courses repeated more than once neither qualify for financial aid nor are counted as a part of a student’s enrollment status. Satisfactory Academic Progress

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Master Of Legal Studies Programs The Colleges Of Law

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REQUIRED COURSES. The curriculum consists of required courses and elective courses. To graduate, students must complete 18 units of required courses, including each of those listed below, and 12 units of elective courses. The Capstone is designed to be taken as the student’s last course, prior to graduation. MLS 410 – American Legal System

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Program: Master Of Legal Studies (MLS)

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California accredited J.D. law program: high quality, affordable, practical legal education with evening classes for working adults.

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Academic Calendar

Holiday Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

For onsite courses: during the Fall and Spring semesters, holiday make-up classes generally are held the same week, generally on the “dark” night for each campus (Tuesday in Ventura; Wednesday in Santa Barbara) except when class schedules require otherwise. Summer holiday make-ups may be held on Saturdays or weeknights; dates will be

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21 Different Fields Of Law Explained Colleges Of Law

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Keep reading below to discover 21 different fields of law that you may want to explore before and after earning your law degree. 1. Animal Law. Animal law is the field of law that has nonhuman animals as its subject.

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Admissions: Apply Now For Your Law Degree The Colleges

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An applicant from an accredited law school may be admitted with transfer credit for courses successfully completed at the prior law school, up to a maximum of 30 semester units. An applicant from an unaccredited law school or correspondence law school may be admitted with transfer credit only if the applicant received a score of 580 or higher

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Effective July 1st, 2020

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The School may accept up to 12 units for study in the School’s own JD degree program. In all cases credit will only be given for a grade at the good standing level or higher at the awarding school or program, for courses completed within 36 calendar months prior …

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Juris Doctorate (J.D). Degree Program In California The

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Spring semester: Courses offered in the Spring semester of Fourth Year are optional (except for newly-enrolled students, who must take six units). Bar Studies (3 units) Emphasizes the analytical, writing, time-management and organizational skills necessary to prepare for the California General Bar Exam. Students will become familiar with the

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Student Policies

Evaluation Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The plan describes the relationship between these outcomes and the courses for each program. The plan also identifies the assessment instruments, the methods for evaluating student learning within each program competency, and the process for evaluation of results. It will be updated annually. The Administration Office may be contacted for a

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Academic Calendar

Hybrid Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The Hybrid Juris Doctor program is a blend of online and onsite learning that is comprised of a Fall, Spring and Summer semester (15 weeks plus exams). Some online elective courses may be eight weeks. Students in the Hybrid JD program are required to attend on-site, weekend residencies that occur four times per semester.

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About This Catalog

Summer Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

“Student” includes any person taking a course or courses from the School. Persons who are not officially enrolled for a particular semester or session, (e.g., J.D. Summer session, or M.L.S. Summer 1) but who have a continuing relationship with the School, are considered “students” under this definition.

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About Us: An Accredited Law School The Colleges Of Law

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Today, our courses are delivered online (M.L.S. program) at night (J.D. program) or through a blended format (Hybrid J.D. program), making quality legal education accessible for modern students—those with hectic work schedules, families and other commitments. Our accommodating professors and staff work hard to provide the support and

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Changing Legal Education With A Hybrid J.D. Program

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These courses also allow the curriculum to adapt to the changing legal services market. While certain skills, such as writing and research, remain constant, other skills, such as those related to emerging technologies, are constantly evolving.

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Hybrid Online Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree The Colleges Of Law

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Applicants educated outside the United States: Submit an evaluation from a Credential Evaluation Service that is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. This must be a detailed report providing a categorized listing of courses with individual grade equivalents and overall grade point average.

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Institution And Accreditation

Juris Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The School offers three educational degree programs, as described in this Catalog: Juris Doctor (JD) , an evening program with onsite classes, offered at both campuses Hybrid Juris Doctor (HJD) , an online program with onsite residences at the Ventura campus Master of Legal Studies (MLS) , an online program. The School is an affiliate of TCS Education System (TCS), a charitable, tax-exempt

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3 Benefits Of A Dual Degree In Law And Psychology

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The benefits of psychology combined with a law degree makes for a strong program opportunity that provides students with a deep knowledge and understanding of their fields of study. From enhanced career possibilities to innovative programs, here are three reasons why a dual-degree program pairing law and psychology may be right for you:

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How Are ABA & Cal Bar Law Schools Different

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Local attorneys and judges also teach the courses here so that students gain insight into the profession and local legal community as soon as they enter the classroom. What are the differences in licensure opportunities? If you graduate from an ABA-accredited law school, you’re eligible to immediately take the bar exam in any state.

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General Policies

Evaluation Catalog.collegesoflaw.edu

The plan describes the relationship between these outcomes and the courses for each program. The plan also identifies the assessment instruments, the methods for evaluating student learning within each program competency, and the process for evaluation of results. It will be updated annually. The Administration Office may be contacted for a

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3 Reasons Why We Don’t Require LSAT Scores The Colleges

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However, the LSAT’s predictive value diminishes greatly when students are assessed through LSAT prep via practice tests and sample questions or in courses that focus on lawyering skills, such as client interviewing, oral arguments, or trial practice. It simply cannot predict who will become a competent lawyer. 3. LSAT Research Backs This Up

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Academic Calendar Master Of Legal Studies Program

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Last Day to Add Courses September 1, 2019 End of Week 1 Labor Day September 2, 2019 Holiday Last Day to Drop with a “W” September 22, 2019 End of Week 4 Last Day of Instruction – Fall I October 14, 2019 Week 8 Grades Due – Fall I October 16, 2019 Official End of Term October 20, 2019

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Law Schools And The 21st Century Lawyer

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While law schools have nibbled around the edges of innovation, introducing clinics, externships, and skills-based courses and creating upper-level electives in emerging fields of law, the core curriculum remains unchanged. Law schools continue to teach a 20th century curriculum to students entering a 21st century legal services market.

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COVID-19 Financial Aid FAQ

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Please note that the Financial Aid Office is working diligently to ensure financial aid (FA) continues to be processed as seamlessly as possible. Most importantly, we remain available to help guide and support students with funding their education during these uncertain times. We appreciate that many students may have questions regarding their specific aid. As […]

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COL Contact Colleges Of Law

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Ms. Mackie assists students at the Front Desk in Ventura and will route your phone/email inquiries to the person who can best assist you. She can answer general questions about COL, school policies, exams, and courses, and matters such as class attendance and schedules, campus events, and ExamSoft (exam-taking software).

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