Presumably in response to swelling demand for legal education in southern California, Alliant International University is opening a branch campus of its California accredited San Francisco Law School in San Diego. It will be named, unsurprisingly, San Diego Law School. The part-time night school will offer a JD at $825/credit - for a total of $71,775, assuming no price hikes over the next four years.
Once upon a time, this might have seemed like a value. But today, Thomas Jefferson Law School is offering a $68K ABA accredited degree to an applicant with a 148/2.5. If you're admitted to LaVerne, you'll pay $75K for an ABA accredited degree.
I've previously wondered about the implications of these tuition drops for California accredited law schools. The planners at Alliant International University apparently aren't too worried.