Students may choose their own programs tailored to their academic and professional interests. California Western offers many courses and seminars in international and comparative law.
Students, in consultation with their faculty advisor, may take courses in specialized areas of concentration. A student should plan a significant writing project in that area of concentration or work experience (practical training after completion of the degree program) is recommended.
In addition to the following areas of concentration, students may choose course concentrations in U.S. Law and Procedure, Criminal Law, Family Law, Health Law, and Biotechnology Law.
- International Legal Studies
- International Business
- Telecommunications Law
- Advocacy & Dispute Resolution
- Entertainment/Sports Law
- Real Estate Law
- Civil Rights Law