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Denhollander is a graduate of the Oak Brook College of Law, a Christian school with a distance-learning program. She has said she began law school at age 19; Oak Brook admits students who have completed 60 hours of undergraduate credits or who have passed required exams.
The school’s website says its vision is to train lawyers “who have the conviction, character, and competency to stand for truth and against the evil and injustice in our culture.” Denhollander is currently director of marketing and recruitment at the school, according to her LinkedIn profile. She is licensed in California but is on inactive status, bar records indicate.