San Francisco Law School is dedicated to the providing the opportunity for a quality legal education to a diverse student population, many of whom are working full time jobs and have family responsibilities while attending law school.
For over 100 years, San Francisco Law School has been devoted to educating attorneys who embody the highest skills of the legal profession and are committed to the ethical practice of the profession.
Since its earliest days, San Francisco Law School has been a model of non-discrimination, diversity and opportunity. Students at San Francisco Law School seek to better their own lives and that of their families. Historically, students are the first in their families to be in a doctoral program and, for some, the first to have graduated from college.
San Francisco Law School is a school of Alliant International University, an institution accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and is approved by the U.S. Department of Education for financial assistance.
Additionally, San Francisco Law School is accredited by the State Bar of California, Committee of Bar Examiners. San Francisco Law School has been continuously accredited since California accreditation began in 1937.
Students who graduate from San Francisco Law School are eligible to practice law in the State of California upon passage of the California Bar Examination.
In October 2011, the State Bar of California, Committee of Bar Examiners approved the expansion of San Francisco Law School programs to include a full time program. The full time program is a natural complement to our traditional evening program and provides students with greater options and flexibility.