www.tjsl.edu/student-required-disclosures I posted this because, although TJ Law's J.D. program is strictly in-residence, the school has offered advanced degrees in law, the LL.M. and J.S.D., through distance learning. I have mentioned elsewhere that these programs seemed to lack any recognized accreditation. Now, apparently, so will the school's J.D. program. The school will undoubtedly retain California Bar accreditation so its students will generally be exempt from the First Year Law Student Exam and its graduates will be eligible to take the California Bar Exam on an equal footing with graduates of ABA accredited programs. However, it is difficult to imagine very many students opting for a CalBar accredited J.D. from one of the most expensive law schools in the country when there are many cheaper options.