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CalBPC 6061.7 Disclosures

California Business and Professions Code Section 6061.7 Disclosures

In compliance with California Business and Professions Code Section 6061.7, the following information about Northwestern California University and its JD Program is provided. The Information Report for Reporting Year 2024, in accordance with Section 6061.7(a), is compiled from the latest available information. It replaces the Information Report for Reporting Year 2023.

California Business and Professions Code Section 6061.7(c) requires that a law school shall publicly disclose on its Internet Website, in a readable and comprehensive manner, all of the following information on a current basis.

Refund Policy

Tuition and Refund Policy

Curricular Offerings

Curriculum & Courses: JD (Bar)

Academic Calendar

The School Year 

Academic Requirements

Degree Requirements

Transfer Credit Policy

Transfer of Credits from Prior Law Schools 


Graduates of Northwestern California University School of Law

Northwestern California University School of Law was founded 42 years ago. Since then, graduates of the school have transitioned to jobs as private practice lawyers and litigators, deputy public defenders, deputy district attorneys, deputy attorney general, deputy county counsels, city attorney, patent attorneys, tax attorneys, immigration lawyers, bankruptcy lawyers, admiralty & maritime lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, administrative court judges, and staff attorneys working for law firms, private corporations, organizations and governmental agencies.

Details for some of the school’s alumni are featured on the Notable Alumni page of this website.