The Thomas Jefferson School of Law, located in San Diego, California, is one of the very few academic institutions that are accredited by the American Bar Association. The school is also a member of the American Association of Law.
The Thomas Jefferson School of Law offers courses both on campus and online. The online degree programs available are Online LLM, online JSM and online JSD. The investment totals for these online programs can be viewed by downloading the annual program brochure from the Thomas Jefferson website or by contacting an admissions representative. Tuition is computed on a per credit hour basis and this amount includes course and lecture access, course and lecture software, online law and business library access, access to the alumni and student network, academic transcript and Westlaw and Lexis ID. The cost, however, does not include the cost of books and selected course materials.
Financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants, and loans are available to eligible students. Tax relief , employer sponsorship and deferred tuition payments are some of the other financial aid options that potential students can explore. Information on financial aid programs, their availability and eligibility requirements can be requested from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s financial aid office. Queries can also be raised with an authorized Admission’s representative.
To apply for admission, visit the Thomas Jefferson School of Law website to view the admission requirements. Once all the documents have been completed, send these through to the Admission’s office. The Admission’s office will then evaluate the applications received and inform the applicants of the status of their application once a decision has been made. A Thomas Jefferson School of Law admission representative can be contacted for more detailed information on the application process.