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OF INNOVATIVE LEGAL EDUCATION


More than100 YEARS 2- 3- and 4-year J.D. programs (1974) 


One of the first law schools to actively recruit women and minorities (1911) 


in Southern California to utilize Harvard case method of instruction (1915)  to offer selection of full-time and part-time oldest 2-year J.D. program – SCALE (1974)


 one of the first part-time day programs for students with child or elder- care responsibilities – PLEAS (1981)  Institute (2000) 


adaptive reuse of Bullocks Wilshire landmark (2000) 


National Trust for Historic Preservation award for first LL.M. program


in Entertainment and Media Law – on campus (2002) and online (2010)  one of the most technologically advanced teaching Courtrooms – Dixon Courtroom and Advocacy Center (2004) 


for law curricula and skills training innovation consortium (2007) 


selected by Carnegie Foundation as one of ten U.S. law schools first 3-track


practicums in entertainment law firm


(2002), immigration appeals, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals litigation (2010), entertainment production, law firm (2012) and Amicus Project (2013)  specialized on-campus Street Law (2006), Children’s Rights (2007) and Immigration Law (2008) clinics 


legal research and writing program offering appellate, negotiation or trial advocacy options (2009) 


selected to host the AALS’ Journal of Legal Education (2009)  abroad program in international information technology law (2009)  Externship Program in Southern California 


with The Drucker Graduate School of Management (2009)  program on West Coast (2010) 


with Pardee RAND Graduate School (2010)  and Practice Certificate Program


with Keck Graduate Institute (2013) 


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new state-of-the-art on- campus student residences (2013)


first independent law school and first school on West Coast first summer largest


first concurrent J.D./M.B.A. degree first 3-year J.D./M.B.A.


first Law and Public Policy Certificate Program first Bioscience Industry Law


SOUTHWESTERN LAW SCHOOL


first first


first Entertainment and Media Law


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