Law School For The People
The Guild Law School, d.b.a. Peoples College of Law, Los Angeles’ community-based, largely student-run law school, is recently rejuvenated with new leadership, new faculty, and a refreshed spirit for radical advocacy in the struggle for Social and Economic Justice!
Our 43-year history and several hundred successful alumni prove that a small, grass-roots unaccredited 4-year evening law school can train victorious radical progressive lawyers and activists.
If YOU want to use the law to help bring about progressive change –
If YOU would help those who are disenfranchised, oppressed, alienated or abused, and to help themselves,
If YOU want to hold accountable those in power who disregard the rights and needs of others,
If YOU can work in a collective spirit with fellow students, faculty and community members to train Peoples Lawyers, including YOURSELF – to change the world,
Then YOU should consider applying to the unique PEOPLES COLLEGE OF LAW!
Founded in 1974 by a broad coalition including the National Lawyers Guild, National Conference of Black Lawyers, La Raza Law Student Alliance, Asian Law Collective, and many others, the Guild Law School d.b.a. Peoples College of Law, a non-profit public benefit educational corporation, is fully licensed to grant Juris Doctor degrees to our graduates, each of whom is eligible to take the California Bar Exam and become a lawyer.
Our classes are small, and with our recently rejuvenated academic program we’ve brought in additional faculty to further support our commitment to higher bar passage rates – and increase preparation of our graduates to battle the lawyers for entrenched financial and political interests, and to organize and defend our communities.
How can we charge such low tuition fees? Our students, faculty, and administration are very committed to the goals of PCL – so strongly that since the 1980’s the faculty has worked for no pay, just passion. Students, alumni and community supporters also work together at PCL to help make it successful, and accessible, too – to applicants committed to social and economic justice.
For details, see http://www.peoplescollegeoflaw.edu/ DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS EXTENDED TO SEPT. 1, to accommodate the recent developments at PCL. Questions? Contact email@example.com Or phone PCL at 213-483-0083