The University of La Verne College of Law, located at Ontario, California, is a reputed school of law integrating the finer essence of traditional teaching and state-of-the-art technologies. Established in 1970, the college continues in the tradition of the University of La Verne by adopting its ideals and vision. The College of Law believes in providing a sound grounding in legal theory and lawyer skills. Adhering to this view point, the college blends legal education with actual practice of law. Legal research and the writing of legal memoranda are integral part of the courses. There is great deal of stress put on the practical application of legal rules. This practical approach is implemented through the Lawyering Skills Practicum (LSP) and clinical externship programs. These programs give an opportunity to students to counsel clients and represent them in various legal positions, with the advice being approved by a full-time licensed attorney. The Lawyering Skills Practicum involves simulations of a law office in a realistic scenario, using courtroom settings. The college’s moot courtroom is utilized for this specialized program. Here, the students can put into practice the legal theories learned at class, thus helping in the fortification of their professional skills. The clinical externship program is meant for upper-division students. Through this program, students are placed with public agencies or non-profit law firms to implement their law skills in a more practical setting. The students get to perform activities such as client/witness interviewing, fact investigation, counseling and negotiating, making court appearances, and legal research and writing. The College of Law offers both full-time and part-time Juris Doctor (JD) degree programs. The full-time program requires three years, while the part-time program involves four years of study in either the day or evening classes. Additionally, the college offers a dual degree program through its collaboration with the College of Business and Public Management. The dual degrees include Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor/Master of Public Administration degree. The College of Law is accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California. It is housed in the 64,000-square-foot Atrium Tower, which features a number of amenities and facilities. The whole campus is interconnected through a state-of-the-art computer network, enabling students to access the Internet from any part of the campus. Classrooms feature cutting-edge audiovisual technologies, while the moot courtroom boasts a custom designed audio-video system used for exercises and instruction.