Sjcl.edu Courses

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Legal Sjcl.edu

This advanced program of legal analysis and legal writing will focus on writing projects beyond those covered in the beginning writing courses. Subject to the preference of the instructor, students may draft contracts, motions, pleadings, complex memoranda, statutes, wills and/or other types of legal documents.

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Elective Courses

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Elective Courses. San Joaquin College of Law offers between eight and fourteen different elective classes each year, the bulk being offered during summer sessions. Regularly offered electives are augmented by other electives. The regularly offered electives, offered at least once every two years, include: Administrative Law, Family Law, Civil

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From a young age, Fresno State grad and 2L, Terrance Dennis, has always had big dreams journeying from professional sports to healthcare and now law school. He’s working hard to lay the foundation for a bright future that includes opening the first Black-owned, …

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Typical Curriculum

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If receiving financial aid, the transferring student must also meet with the Director of Financial Aid. The Three-Year Option requires students to take additional courses during the second and third year of the program and complete a minimum of four (4) clinical units. Any outside employment in excess of (20) hours per week is prohibited.

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Academic Calendar

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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SJCL Adds 51st Bench Officer

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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Full-time Faculty

Research Sjcl.edu

Professor Goodrich, joining the Full-Time Faculty in 2010, is currently teaching Torts. Since 1989, she has taught courses as an Adjunct Faculty member in Legal Process, Advanced Research and Writing and Research and Writing. Professor Goodrich has for over 20 years practiced law with Lozano Smith, and is currently Of Counsel in the Fresno

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SJCL Class Of 2017

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Congratulations to the SJCL Class of 2017, including: Front Row (L-R) Ingrid Veronica Caero, Brittaney Lauren Contreras, Heidi Ree Falany, Tamera D. Casey, Jocelyne Edilia Hering, Jason Louis Trupkin, Devin Carin Swann, Allison Marie Ryan, Kuljit Singh, Christina Chavez Piña, Ivan G. Martinez; Middle Row (L-R) Michael John Kuchar, Andrea Marie Chapman, Jason Phillip Jackson, Janay Deborah

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Fresno Bar Bulletin

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So, Cite Me! This synopsis of a recent student comment featured in the San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review Volume 28 is part of an ongoing series for Fresno County Bar Association’s Bar Bulletin. The San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review, founded in 1991, is the nation’s first agricultural law review. The San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review

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LSAT Prep Class • Wed., June 23 • 6-8p

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Join us for a free session on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), led by San Joaquin College of Law's Professor Andrew Kucera, to develop strategies to approach the analytical thinking questions on the LSAT. You will also receive registration assistance for the LSAT, see sample LSAT questions, and receive information about LSAT prep courses.

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Transfer Students

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Students who are in good standing at either a state-accredited or ABA-accredited law school and are applying to SJCL for admission with advanced standing are considered transfer students.

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Jennifer L. Byers-Lawton (Law '09)

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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From LA To The Central Valley: Meet 2L, Terrance Dennis

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During one of my summer courses at SJCL, I took an Administrative Law class that stapled my ability to apply law and quality healthcare delivery. I paired my legal knowledge from SJCL with prior experience and education to co-write a mental health program statement and operations plan for one of only three Fresno County facilities.

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Judge Putnam And Lisa Smittcamp Added To SJCL Alumni Hall

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Judge Putnam and Lisa Smittcamp Added to SJCL Alumni Hall of Fame. SJCL Hall of Fame 2014 inductees Lisa Sondergaard Smittcamp and the Hon. R. L. “Chip” Putnam. Eight judges, two San Joaquin College of Law founders, four current Hall of Fame members, Fresno’s Police Chief, a district representative for Senator Andy Vidak, and a slew of

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Nicea Bates (Law ’12) On KFSR

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SJCL Student Nicea Bates discusses her upcoming comment in the San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review on the disproportionate effects of eminent domain on dairy farms, an issue under close scrutiny with proposed high speed rail traffic through the Valley.

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Business Journal Interview With Tax Professor David Camenson

Hiring Sjcl.edu

Even if you hire a tax preparer, knowing about changes to depreciable asset caps and Work Opportunity credits may help shape the decisions you make throughout the year. When hiring someone to do your taxes, David Camenson, a Clovis-based attorney and adjunct professor at San Joaquin College of Law, first recommends hiring locally and checking

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Monica Diaz Appointed Superior Court Judge

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Monica Diaz Appointed Superior Court Judge. Monica R. Diaz saw her phone ring at lunchtime. The long-time Chief in the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office didn’t recognize the number, but, for some reason, answered anyway. Josh Groban, senior advisor to the governor in the Judicial Appointments Unit got right to the point

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Erin Childs (Law '02) Named Court Commissioner

Family Sjcl.edu

Erin Childs has been has been hired by the Fresno County Superior Court as a Commissioner.Since her graduation from San Joaquin College of Law in 2002, she has spent over a decade as a family law litigator and collaborative law attorney. She is one of two Spanish-speaking female family law attorneys in …

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Hugh Goodwin Bar Announces $9K Scholarship Winner

Prisons Sjcl.edu

Whitney Hendricks is the winner of the $9,000 Hugh Goodwin Bar Scholarship to San Joaquin College of Law. Over the last five years, she has worked at two prisons, two addiction treatment programs, and is currently a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor at Madera County Behavioral Health Services.

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Law Pathway Scholarship

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A copy of your community college transcript showing that you took the seven required pathway courses. Optional: An essay (no more than 500 words) explaining how the law pathway pipeline prepared you for the law school. The LPS is a Tuition Reduction Scholarship only, which can only be applied to the applicant’s first semester of law school at

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SJCL Scholarships

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First Generation Student Scholarship. Amount: $2,500. Sponsored by James (Law '87) and Piti Witherow. Qualifications: This is awarded to a 2nd-5th year law student who has demonstrated financial need and good academic standing, and is the first member of his or her immediate family to obtain a …

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Mental Health Hearing Officer

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Mental Health Hearing Officers are independent contractors and perform judicial officer duties under the authority and direction of the Tulare County Superior Court presiding judge or designee. This position is responsible for conducting Certification and Capacity Hearings for individuals involuntarily committed to a mental health facility

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Kimberly Mayhew – Class Of 1998 – Attorney, Lang, Richert

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Learn about law school, from courses offered to admission requirements. Events. All events are currently offered online thorugh Zoom. Law School 101 • Tues. June 15 • 6-8p Our free informational monthly law school forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to …

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Corporate Counsel

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Cook Land Company Vision is to improve the quality of life through innovative real estate solutions. Please submit your resume with a cover letter in total confidence to [email protected] or call Jerry Cook on his cell at 559 …

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Meet Current Student Joslyn Hillberg

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Our free informational monthly law forum will help prospective students learn about law school, from courses offered to admission requirements. The first hour is a presentation about the law school followed by the opportunity to meet a panel of currently enrolled students.

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District Attorney Senior Inspector

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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Litigation Attorney

Fresno Sjcl.edu

Litigation Attorney - Fresno City Attorney’s Office (Fresno) The Fresno City Attorney’s Office (CAO) seeks qualified attorneys for litigation and transactions matters. Fresno is the fifth largest city in California, with over 3,000 employees, and 15 departments. There are 24 attorneys in the office, with total staff of 133 positions.

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Deputy District Attorney I/II/III

District Sjcl.edu

We are seeking both newly admitted and experienced attorneys to fill Deputy DA I, II or III positions in our office. The Kings County District Attorney’s Office has a staff of 65, with 18 sworn investigators, 22 attorneys, a Victim Witness Assistance Division, and an elected District Attorney, who is an SJCL alumnus, with many years of experience as a prosecutor.

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Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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Associate Counsel

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San Joaquin College of Law desires to be the premier provider of legal education, scholarship, and service in the San Joaquin Valley.

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Immigration Services And Clinic Expand

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Immigration Services and Clinic Expand. The New American Legal Clinic (NALC) at San Joaquin College of Law is pleased to announce the addition of two new staff members: Josh Longoria and Aracely Mota. Mota replaces Kenia Garcia as Administrative Assistant following Garcia’s promotion to Client Services Coordinator. Longoria, a 2014 graduate

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