Westminster Law School, Sixteenth Year, Announcements and Catalog, 1928-1929. Empire Building, Denver, Colorado. The Law School and The Junior College. Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colorado.
Tuition: $120 a Year Semi-Annually or $130 a Year Payable Monthly. Junior College $150 a Year and Examination Fees. The sixteenth year of Westminster Law School will open September 3, 1928, and will close June 6, 1929. At the same time the Junior College will commence its work.
The Law School covers fully all the legal studies usually pursued in law school, and requires three years to complete. The Law School has been accredited by the Supreme Court of Colorado. The history of the performance of students at the examinations has been most gratifying, for five times in the history of the School its graduates have taken the first place.
Westminster has large and adequate classrooms in the Empire Building, 16th and Glenarm Streets, Denver, Colorado. It is less than one block from the County Court House of the City and County of Denver, where the District, County, Juvenile and Justice Courts hold their sessions, and but five blocks from the State Capitol Building and the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado. Law libraries are maintained by the Denver Bar Association in the Court House, and by the Supreme Court in the State House.
Students must pass every subject in the course with a grade of 70 or more. Students conditioned may, at the discretion of the Dean and the faculty, take a further examination, at the convenience of the instructor, and students who fail must take the failed course again.
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