San Joaquin College of Law Reviews of Doctorates in Law

  • 5 Reviews
  • Clovis (CA)
0% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
Start Your Online College Search:

Reviews - Doctorates in Law

View reviews of all degrees >>

Stephanie Adams
  • Reviewed: 1/9/2023
  • Degree: Law
"I started attending SJCL at the height of the pandemic. I was worried about the resources and how the pandemic would impact me. I have found that SJCL has worked hard to give me a strong student experience. The professors are knowledgeable with some having 20+ years in their field. The professors take feedback from the students and work to actively improve their classes while maintaining required standards. The environment created by faculty and students is one of support and not the “predatory” environment of other law schools. Succeeding and doing well is important but we work to get there together. I have thoroughly enjoyed my student experience and would recommend SJCL to anyone interested in pursuing a law degree."
Jennifer Oleksa
  • Reviewed: 7/2/2014
  • Degree: Law
"The Juris Doctor program at San Joaquin College of Law, in my opinion, is unmatched. Each and every professor is extremely knowledgeable, helpful, and invested in all students' success. I have thoroughly enjoyed my education at SJCL thus far."
Michelle Errecart
  • Reviewed: 2/19/2014
  • Degree: Law
"The school has many very qualified instructors who are practicing attorneys and judges in the area. The workload isn't unbearable, but it is a lot - it's law school. They teach the practical side of law in addition to legal theory, making it more applicable to an actual legal job. They offer a lot of job postings for students and seem to work hard to ensure the graduating students / bar passers have a job upon graduation. The cons are that the building could use some upgrading; library is small and unaccommodating during finals. The law fraternity feels a little too forced on the student body and my email is constantly inundated with emails from the fraternity soliciting new membership. I understand the importance of community, but many of us work, commute, and have other responsibilities outside of law school, leaving no time for a law fraternity that creates additional expenses."
Manuel Parra
  • Reviewed: 8/24/2013
  • Degree: Law
"I have barely attended San Joaquin College of Law for a week but have thoroughly investigated all the resources they have to offer and have been impressed by how much this small professional school has to offer. This is the only Law School in a 120 mile radius which equals great internship/part time job opportunities while attending the college. Also there are many graduates within the area so post graduation job opportunities seem very well (taking under consideration that on average the job market for lawyers seems to not be very good throughout the nation). This school is also located in a very nice part of town and is very small which gives a good sense of camaraderie. This school seems to be on the up rise winning an oral advocacy cup against big name schools such as UC Hastings, UC Berkeley, McGeorge among others. The faculty seems very dedicated to ensure they train competent lawyers. The only downside about this school is that it hasn't been ABA accredited although they are determined to do so. Overall, I do feel happy about choosing this school and it would be a major bonus if they received ABA accreditation before I graduate."
Kristina Garabedian
  • Reviewed: 5/20/2013
  • Degree: Law
"If you want to stay in the valley, this is the place for you. Great professors! Con is it is not ABA."