Next Law School Information Meetings:
Tuesday, November 8th at 7:00 pm - Humphreys Law Library
Tuesday, December 13th at 7:00 pm - Humphreys Law Library
Topics of Discussion:
• Admissions Process • Education Requirements • Approved for Veterans
• Financial Aid • LSAT Score Requirements • Tuition Costs
• Accreditations • Federal Student Loans (FAFSA)
Humphreys College Drivon School of Law
Humphreys College Drivon School of Law, founded in 1951, offers a professional program of education leading to the Juris Doctor degree, preparing students for the California State Bar examination and the practice of law.
We remain faithful to our original goal of providing this opportunity for those who need a night program to fulfill their dream. Additionally we have deliberately kept tuition affordable and offer an extraordinary value for a respected and excellent legal education. The School of Law attracts recent college graduates as well as those returning to college after several years. Many of these students hold full-time jobs while pursuing their studies. Even so, admission requirement standards are maintained. Law students earn a Juris Doctor degree in four years of evening study, which qualifies them to take the California Bar Examination leading to the practice of law in California.
School of Law Administration
L. Patrick Piggott, Dean of the Law School.
B.A. University of Kansas, J.D. University of California, Hastings College of Law, former Assistant Counsel, Office of General Counsel, Department of the Navy, former Deputy District Attorney, Monterey County, Assistant Attorney General American Samoa, founding member of Dickinson Society of International Law and founder of the law firm, Piggott, Ford and Dalton. In 2000 Dean Piggott was awarded the Law Day Award as Attorney of the year.