Cal Northern School of Law

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Cal Northern School of Law
Cal northern logo.png
Established 1992[1]
School type Private
Dean Sandra L. Brooks
Location Chico, CA, US
39°46′28″N 121°50′21″W / 39.77444°N 121.83917°W / 39.77444; -121.83917Coordinates: 39°46′28″N 121°50′21″W / 39.77444°N 121.83917°W / 39.77444; -121.83917
Enrollment 60[2]
Faculty 20 (Full-time and adjunct)
Bar pass rate 91% (10/11) (July 2014 1st time takers)[3]
Website www.calnorthern.edu

Cal Northern School of Law is a private law school located in Chico, California. It offers a four-year night program aimed at working adults in Northern California.

The school has been accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners[4] of the State Bar of California since 1992, but is not[5] accredited by the American Bar Association.

Bar pass rates[edit]

Cal Northern School of Law graduates have achieved the following bar examination pass rates (for first time takers) for California Accredited Law Schools (CALS) in the last few years:[6]

  • July 2007–67% (8 of 12)[7]
  • July 2008–67% (4 of 6)[8]
  • July 2009–54% (7 of 13)[9]
  • July 2010–45% (5 of 11)[10]
  • July 2011–57% (4 of 7)[11]
  • July 2012–17% (1 of 6) [12]
  • July 2013–57% (4 of 7)[13]
  • July 2014–91% (10 of 11) [14]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Sergio C. Garcia, first undocumented immigrant to be admitted to the State Bar of California
  • Rick Keene, former member of the California State Assembly
  • Hon. Joseph Skilllman, Judge, Tehama County Superior Court
  • Hon. Anthony R. Mallery, Judge, Lassen County Superior Court
  • Hon. Kimberly J. Merrified, Judge, Butte County Superior Court
  • Hon. Tamara L. Wood, Judge, Shasta County Superior Court

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-04-24. Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  2. ^ Cal Northern School of Law. The Princeton Review.
  3. ^ "General Statistics Report: July 2014 California Bar Examination" (PDF). California State Bar. December 30, 2014. 
  4. ^ Law Schools in California Accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners (CBE). State Bar of California. April 10, 2010.
  5. ^ "ABA-Approved Law Schools by Year". ABA website. Retrieved April 1, 2011. 
  6. ^ State Bar of California Bar Examination Statistics
  7. ^ General Statistics Report July 2007 California Bar Examination
  8. ^ General Statistics Report July 2008 California Bar Examination
  9. ^ General Statistics Report July 2009 California Bar Examination
  10. ^ General Statistics Report July 2010 California Bar Examination
  11. ^ [1]
  12. ^ [2]
  13. ^ [3]
  14. ^ [4]

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