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On July 22, 2016, Governor Brown signed into law, Senate Bill no. 1281. The new law amendment section 6061.7 of the California Business and Professions Code requires all law schools operating in California that are not approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) to disclose specific information regarding their programs of legal education.

The required disclosure information can be accessed via the attached report: Business & Professions Code Section 6061.7(a) Information Report for All Locations.

Additional Law School information is contained within the following documents:

2020-2021 Empire College School of Law Catalog

Academic Calendar

Tuition Cost Estimate

Past Two Academic Years’ Curricular Offerings

Spring 2021
Fall 2020
Summer 2020
Spring 2020
Fall 2019
Summer 2019


Richard Horrell

JD (Class of 2019)
I am the principal/director of a small school. I love my job and am so much better at it because I have a doctorate in law. I am able to manage my staff better. I am able to understand contracts that I am entering into on behalf of my agency. I am able to negotiate my contracts more efficiently. I am able to understand and implement employment law practices.

Carla Hernandez Castillo, Esq.

(Class of 2011)
Empire has a great reputation. I liked that the professors are practicing attorneys so you actually have instructors talking about what it is to be attorneys vs. other law schools where the professors have just always been professors.

Daniel Lanahan, Esq.

(Class of 2013)
Empire offers students the opportunity to build their reputations within the legal community while still in school. The clinical and internship opportunities available through Empire introduced me to a number of areas of law and helped determine the path I would take after graduation.