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University of Northern California may refer to:

University of Northern California, Lorenzo Patiño School of Law

The University of Northern California, Lorenzo Patiño School of Law (UNC) was a private law school located in Sacramento, California. UNC offered a part-time, four-year law program as well as a paralegal program. As of June 30, 2013, the State Bar of California Committee of Bar Examiners did not have UNC listed as a law school; and the University of Northern California's website does not list the Juris Doctor as one of its academic programs.

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