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In addition to being registered with the State Bar of California's Committee of Bar Examiners, The McMillan Academy of Law is licensed with the State of California's Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE). Their website address is www.bppe.ca.gov. MAOL is listed there as an approved school at: https://app.dca.ca.gov/bppe/view-school.asp?schlcode=41500915.

Legal News

U. of Texas tops for Hispanics, says magazine
For the fourth consecutive year, Hispanic Business magazine has named the University of Texas School of Law the country's top law school for Hispanics. In its description, the magazine writes that UT "has graduated more Hispanic and African-American stude

Stanford Law lands largest-ever outright law school gift
Not a bad week for the Cardinal. Last Thursday, Stanford Law School announced the receipt of the "largest individual gift ever given outright to an American Law School." The historic gift, in the amount of $43.5 million, will be used to support the constr

Law schools readying for academic year with summer renovations
While "April is the cruelest month," August, for law schools at least, may be the noisest, with schools scrambling to finish summer renovations before the beginning of another academic year. JURIST's host institution, the University of Pittsburgh School o

Report: More law schools adopting loan repayment programs
According to a new report by non-profit Equal Justice Works, law school loan repayment assistance programs are on the rise in recent years, nearly doubling in number since 2000. Several factors are fueling the trend, says the National Law Journal, includ

Law profs' letter urges congressional action on Iraq abuses
Leading law school news in June, nearly 500 legal scholars - most of them professors of law - have signed a letter urging Congress to take action on human rights abuses in US-occupied Iraq. Specifically, the letter asks Congress to assess responsibility