New law program on campus

Sonia Waraich

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SJCC is one of 24 community colleges offering a new law program, 2+2+3=ACCESS, this fall.

President Byron Breland said the program would require students to take courses in seven subject areas that are already offered on campus.

“This program would not be possible without the support and collaboration between faculty and the administrative team to provide this wonderful opportunity for our students,” Breland said.

The program would require two years at a community college, two years at a participating four-year school and three years at a law school.

The four-year and law schools participating are: University of Southern California, University of San Francisco, University of California Davis and Irvine, Santa Clara University and Loyola Law School.

The program will not guarantee admission into the four-year and law schools, but special consideration will be given to students who participate in the program.