TJSL follows a standard law school curriculum and has a flexible rather than fixed grading curve. The school offers specialties in entertainment and sports law and human rights, as well as more traditional concentrations. In Vault's survey, students report that San Diego, though lovely, is expensive and that TJSL's facilities need updating. Luckily, the school already has renovations in the works--in 2008 the school began construction on a new campus in the East Village area, due to be completed within two years.
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