How To Become A Lawyer in California

Becoming a lawyer takes more than attending and graduating from law school. Though a key component of the process, law school really is the preparatory stop on the way to several different exams and real-world experiences that will determine whether or not you will become a lawyer—regardless of your grades and performance in law school. The biggest and most obvious thing standing between you and […]

By Evan Post | Law

Governor Jerry Brown Appoints Alliant SFLS Alumna to Superior Court

San Francisco Law School alumna Sharon Reardon has been appointed to the San Francisco Superior Court by Governor Jerry Brown. Reardon has served as an assistant district attorney in the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office since 1998. She previously was an associate at the law office of James P. Collins, who is now a San Francisco County Superior Court judge. Reardon earned a law degree […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Law

Alliant Celebrates the Graduating Class of 2014

This spring, we join the graduating students from our seven campuses in celebrating their achievements during Alliant’s 2014 Commencement ceremonies. Nearly 800 undergraduate and graduate students representing more than 20 countries will enjoy this opportunity to share their accomplishments with family, friends, and faculty members. Graduates will receive bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in psychology and mental health, education, business and management, international affairs, forensic […]

By Cielo Villasenor | Uncategorized

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