San Francisco Law School

Most Influential School

Private, non-profit law school in San Francisco, California

About San Francisco Law School

According to Wikipedia, San Francisco Law School is a private, for-profit law school in San Francisco, California. Founded in 1909, it is the oldest evening law school in the Western United States.The school became non-profit in 1941 and moved to Haight Street in 1968, where it would remain for almost 50 years before relocating to its present campus on Beach Street, near Fisherman's Wharf. The law school offers a four-year, part-time evening program leading to a Juris Doctor degree. In July 2010, the law school completed a merger to become a for-profit, graduate school of Alliant International University.

What Is San Francisco Law School Known For?

San Francisco Law School is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

San Francisco Law School's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are San Francisco Law School's Most Influential Alumni?

San Francisco Law School's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Law, Psychology, and Criminal Justice. Here are some of San Francisco Law School's most famous alumni:

Geoffrey F. Brown
An American lawyer.
Milton Marks
A California State Senator.
Dorothy von Beroldingen
An American lawyer and judge.
John F. Shelley
An American politician.
Leo T. McCarthy
An American politician.
Wayne M. Collins
An American lawyer.
Oscar Zeta Acosta
Oscar Zeta Acosta
An American attorney, politician, novelist and activist .
Pat Brown
A Governor of California .