PACIFIC WEST COLLEGE OF LAW
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To be considered for admission at Pacific West College of Law, each regular or transfer applicant must complete the following steps. Transfer applicants have additional requirements and should contact the Admissions Office for details.
Read the Disclosure Statements
All applicants seeking admission at Pacific West College of Law MUST read the Required Disclosure Statements. Click here
Submit the Application for Admission obtainable from the Admissions Office or you can download pdf copy in our website. The Application must be accompanied by a $50.00 check or money order made payable to Pacific West College of Law. This Application fee is non-refundable. Since applications are considered as they are completed, it is advisable to submit the completed application well in advance of the upcoming semester.
To initially contact our office regarding application click here [Note that submitting an application online in this page DOES NOT constitute a formal application for admission]. An unofficial copy of transcript(s) may also be submitted for preliminary evaluation purposes. Upon acceptance, OFFICIAL copy or copies of transcript(s) must be submitted.
It is mandatory for every applicants seeking to be admitted at Pacific West College of Law to fill out the pdf copy of Application for Admission Form. Click here to download the form. A completed form with all the required and necessary supporting document MUST be submitted to the Admissions office either via regular mail, attachment to an email or if can also be hand deliver to our office between 2:00pm to 7:00 pm from Monday to Thursday at the address indicated in our website. Transcripts however MUST be official and sealed.
Arrange to have transcripts sent to Pacific West. Provide a certified transcript from each College or University attended. All units attempted, and any Associate, Bachelor and Graduate Degrees earned must be shown.
All transcripts must be certified by the issuing College or University or prior law school.
The school does not give credit for prior learning experience except for allowed transfer credits and pre-legal educational attainment.
For new students contemplating to study law, the submission of a completed application for admission form requirement and the submission of transcript requirements MUST BE MET PRIOR to a the recommended admission counseling conference or meeting with the Dean of Pacific West College of Law to ensure that a prospective applicant possess the minimum pre-legal education requirement to start law school.
Call to arrange for a personal interview with the Dean. This is a vital part of the admissions process. The interview may be conducted by telephone for applicants who do not reside within a reasonable distance of the College. This is an important opportunity for Pacific West to learn more about you and your non-quantifiable qualifications. Spouses or parents are invited to participate in this interview.