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FOUR-YEAR JD LAW DEGREE

Your law career begins here.

EVENING + ONLINE CLASSES

Working professional by day. Law student by night.

WHY GET A JD LAW DEGREE?

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BE A RESPECTED EXPERT

Take the bar exam and earn a law license

Practice law in real-world applications

Fulfill your dream as a legal professional

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WORK WITH PASSION

Build a meaningful career

Represent your company

Lead your organization

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GET A SIX-FIGURE CAREER

Law Professor  ($218,613 to $377,633)
Lawyers: ($156,455-$197,919)

Chief Judges:  ($204,406-$223,829)

WHY STUDY AT LINCOLN?

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AFFORDABLE EVENING + ONLINE CLASSES

Work full-time by day,
study law by night.

PERSONALIZED LEARNING

Get individualized support from Lincoln’s Deans, Faculty and Staff, and take classes taught by practicing lawyers and judges. Build your future network.

1-ON-1 BAR EXAM PREPARATION

Learn 1-on-1 with Lincoln faculty to identify your strengths and weaknesses and take the bar exam.

APPLY EARLY TO GET SPECIAL BENEFITS

Save money on
tuition + fees

Get free access to
Harvard law prep course

Get 1-on-1 support from a Student Care Ambassador

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$500 GRANT

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LINCOLN SUPPORT

Spring 2022

Begins on January 6
Early Admission: November 12
Final Application: December 3

Fall 2022

Begins on August 4
Early Admission: April 29
Final Application: June 10

YOUR STUDENT JOURNEY

YEAR 1

Introduction to Law
Contracts
Torts
Criminal Law
Legal Writing 101 + 102
Legal Research & Writing

YEAR 2

Business Organizations Real Property
Civil Procedure Professional Responsibility
Legal Skills 201 + 202 Personal Property
Moot Court

YEAR 3

Evidence
Constitutional Law Community Property Legal Skills 301 + 302 Negotiation & Mediation
Elective

YEAR 4

Wills & Trusts
Remedies
Criminal Procedure

Trial Practice
Advanced Legal Writing
Legal Skills 401 + 402

HOW TO GET STARTED

Step 1

REQUEST MORE INFORMATION

Talk with a Student Care Ambassador to learn more about the JD program, the application and enrollment process.

Step 2

COMPLETE AN APPLICATION

Successfully complete the application by the Early Application Date to receive a $500 grant  to be applied to your tuition and fees.

Step 3

REGISTER YOUR
CLASS DATE

Reserve your class start date with a $500 deposit and receive access to Harvard Zero-L.

JOIN THE LINCOLN COMMUNITY

DEDICATED STUDENTS

DISTINGUISHED FACULTY

CARING STAFF

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Lincoln students are like you, committed and passionate about law. They are resourceful and mission-driven. Graduates serve as leaders in their communities.

Continuing a 100+ years tradition, Lincoln faculty are working lawyers and judges who provide you with real-world legal knowledge and experiences.

Lincoln staff cares about you individually. You will never feel like “just a number.” We make sure that your Lincoln experiences are exceptional.

Lincoln Law School of San Jose is accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California and has been continuously accredited since 1993. Students who graduate from the Juris Doctor program are eligible to practice law in the State of California upon passage of the California Bar Exam. Study at, or graduating from, this law school may not qualify a student to take the bar exam or be admitted to practice law in jurisdictions other than California. A student who intends to seek admission to practice outside of California should contact the admitting authority in that jurisdiction for information regarding its education and admission requirements. This law school has been placed on probation by its accreditor, The State Bar of California, through its Committee of Bar Examiners, due to reporting a five-year cumulative bar exam pass rate (MPR) of 36.5 for 2021, when a minimum of 40 percent is required under Rule 4.160(N); the law school must raise this MPR to 40 percent or more by July 1, 2022 or the law school's accreditation may be terminated. See current MPR statistics for all accredited law schools on the State Bar's website.

  1. Grant is based on application acceptance and availability.