July 10, 2020
After prayerful consideration and deliberation, the OBCL administration has decided to move the 2020 Orientation, Baby Bar, and Appellate Advocacy courses to an online platform, and not to hold those courses at Zephyr Point at Lake Tahoe this year. We believe that this is the most prudent course of action given the frequently changing restrictions surrounding COVID-19 and the uncertainty for students’ travel arrangements created by those restrictions.
Individual classes will be receiving emails with specific details of what to expect for the 2020 Virtual OBCL Conference. We understand that this may be difficult news for you, and we welcome your questions. Please direct your questions to the OBCL office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559.650.7755.
April 21, 2020
Oak Brook College has been a distance-learning/correspondence law school for over 25 years. The current COVID-19 situation has not affected the delivery or method of OBCL’s programs and curriculum. However, it has affected the admission process because of postponed or cancelled LSAT test administrations and the availability of CLEP testing centers.
If you are missing an LSAT test score or still need to take certain CLEP exams, please contact the OBCL office for advice. Interested individuals are encourage to apply for admission and supply all the information they can, even if some test scores are missing. Each application will be considered and a response given with instructions on what additional information will be needed before a decision on admission will be made.