Trinity Law School prepares students by offering a legal education from a biblical perspective. It is one of the few evangelical law schools with a focus on the integration of law and theology. Accredited by the State Bar of California, it is a community of professors, lawyers, and students committed to pursuing justice. Programs include the Juris Doctor.
Juris Doctor (JD)
In addition to admissions requirements, students must complete 90 units of study with an average of C (a GPA of 2.0). Students must attend at least 80 percent of the regularly scheduled class hours in each course to receive credit for that course.
Both the full and part-time degree plans must be completed in five years or less. The full-time program must include at least three consecutive academic terms within five years; the part-time program must include at least four consecutive academic terms within five years.
Any student with a disability requiring special arrangements will be accommodated upon petition, with supporting documentation and pending approval from the Dean. Special accommodations will be carefully tailored to meet the documented need in accordance with the Trinity Law School disability policy.
Master of Legal Studies
Trinity’s Master of Legal Studies degree gives you the background you need to confidently understand legal documents, proceedings, and rights and is taught from the distinctly Christian worldview for which Trinity is known. All courses are taught online in 7-week cycles, which allows you to focus on what’s in front of you while moving ahead in your career.
Trinity Law School’s diverse student body, small class sizes, and supportive Christian environment makes it the perfect place to begin or continue your legal education. Click here to find the program for you.
Examsoft and Academic Support: $200/semester
Audit Fee: $325/course
Graduation Fee: $225
Student Bar Association Fee: $50/semester
Materials Fee (Flex Track only): $800/semester
MASTER OF LEGAL STUDIES
Academic Support Fee: $25/term
Graduation Fee: $225