By Lyle Moran Daily Journal Staff Writer Monterey College of Law plans to open a new campus that will be the only state-accredited law school in Kern County, news that has been well received by the local legal community looking for new hires. Kern County College of Law will be located in Bakersfield and is set to open next summer….
Wagner & Winick On the Law, a weekly legal call-in program sponsored by Monterey College of Law, is expanding to two new radio stations in the San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara area. “We are very excited to be added to KVEC AM 920 in San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles at our regular time slot of 3:00 to 5:00 p.m….
Dean of Admissions Wendy LaRiviere will be hosting information sessions in Seaside, Santa Cruz, and San Luis Obispo for potential Fall 2015 law school applicants for Monterey College of Law and San Luis Obispo College of Law. If you have questions about qualifications, deadlines, financing, schedules, or any other questions about attending law school . . . join Dean LaRiviere…
The classroom-based model of higher education has changed little over the past centuries. Students have made the transition from tablets, to typewriters, and now back to tablets . . . as if that isn’t proof enough how little things change. Lectures, labs, and exams, whether delivered in person or on-line, are still the foundation of higher education. However, what is changing is the financial model of higher education.