Cal Bar policy for the admission Rule 4.25/Chap 3 seems to be real headache.
The Cal Bar itself does not practice their own law on the Eligibility. It is perhaps to serve the special interest group who support teh evaluation. I have an MS from US and yet they are giving me hard time.
Rule 4.25 General education
Before beginning the study of law, a general applicant must have completed at least two years of college work or demonstrated equivalent intellectual achievement, which must be certified by the law school the applicant is attending upon request by the Committee.
(A) “Two years of college work” means a minimum of sixty semester or ninety quarter units of college credit
(1) equivalent to at least half that required for a bachelor’s degree from a college or university that has degree-granting authority from the state in which it is located; and
(2) completed with a grade average adequate for graduation.
California does not even require an Associates degree, hard to see how one could not qualify. Even a three year foreign Bachelors degree would seem adequate with an evaluation certificate.