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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:

2021-2022 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


Alicia Bronbach, Esq.

(Class of 2006)
One of the advantages of Empire as a night vs. traditional law school is the real-life experience that most students have between college and law school. Being a second-career lawyer, you bring a lot more value to the table and to a prospective employer than you may appreciate.

Jacqueline Rosario, Esq

(Class of 2014)
I wanted to be an attorney because I wanted to make a difference in this world, and I feel that I am doing that. It is very rewarding, and I am blessed to be living my dream. I recommend to everybody considering law school that if you want to do this and have the will to do it, do it.

Chris Van Nuys

Operations Manager, LEMO USA, Inc. (Class of 2019)
Empire Law School provided the instruction, guidance, and motivation that I needed to pass the California State Bar Examination on the first try, despite the rigors of managing a full-time career and family commitments in parallel. I would absolutely recommend Empire Law School to anyone looking for relevant and masterful instruction in the subjects of law.