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Lincoln Law Accelerator Program

Make your dream of becoming a lawyer a reality

Who is this program designed for?

The Lincoln Law Accelerator Program is a 6-month law school prep program designed for future law students, who want to develop the knowledge and skills to succeed in law school.

Whether you’re brand new to law, or already working in law and ready to level up, the Lincoln Law Accelerator Program is the perfect program to prepare you for your next step.

When you successfully complete the program and enroll in the Lincoln JD program in Fall 2022, the cost of the program will be applied as a credit to your law school tuition and fees.

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What will you learn?

With expert teaching and coaching in an immersive law school environment, you will develop the foundational knowledge of the U.S. legal system and the skills to “Think like a Lawyer.” Get career development, community networking, and mentorship.

  Upon completion of the program, you will feel prepared to enter law school in Fall 2022 with confidence. Get started today!


Who leads the program?

The program is led by the Dean of Lincoln Law School, Laura Palazzolo, alongside Lincoln's distinguished professors and guest speakers who are experts in their field.

How does the
program work?

Learn at your own pace.


With each module, you will access easy-to-follow videos, templates, assignments, readings, and/or resources that will teach you about an important aspect of the law, law school, or law career opportunities.


Watch the videos, review the resources, and complete the assignments in the comfort of your own home, or anywhere. All you need is an electronic device and an internet connection.


Every week, you will be invited to LIVE COACHING CALLS with Lincoln Law Dean and other legal professionals.

Submit your questions at least 24 hours before the coaching calls. During the calls, you will receive additional teaching and training. Get your questions answered LIVE.


In this program, you will develop a Lincoln Law Portfolio on Portfolium, which is a professional portfolio that you can use to showcase your legal skills to future employers.

When you join the program, you will be invited to an exclusive private Lincoln Law Mastermind Community, where you will meet other students, alumni, and faculty and get support in your law school journey and beyond.

You will have the opportunity to earn full scholarships* for the JD degree at Lincoln Law School when you enroll in Fall 2022. We will offer scholarships to the top students who successfully complete the Lincoln Law Accelerator program with a strong Lincoln Law Portfolio.

When you enroll in the JD program in Fall 2022 with a strong Lincoln Law Portfolio, you will be invited to participate in the Lincoln Law Career Partnership Program*.

The Lincoln Law Career Partnership Program connects you with working lawyers and judges at local law firms and organizations. You will get mentorship and real-world experiences.

*Note: Only California residents are eligible to apply to the Lincoln Law JD program, the scholarship opportunities, and the Lincoln Law Career Partnership Program. If you are not a California resident, you can still benefit from the career mentoring and professional development in the Lincoln Law Accelerator Program.


How much does the program cost?


The investment for the program is $2499 (save $501 when you pay in full).


We also offer a payment plan (6 monthly payments of $500).


When does the program start?


After you complete your payment, your program begins on the following Monday and continues for six months, thereafter. Don't wait! Start your program now!

Online Workshop


Module 1

Getting What You Want from Law School


Module 2

Using the U.S. Legal System to Your Advantage


Module 3

How to Think like a Lawyer


Module 4

How to Write Like a Lawyer


Module 5

Representing Your Client - How to Speak Like a Lawyer


Module 6

The Language of Lawyering - Analyzing Cases

Except as provided in rule 4.30 of the Admissions Rules (Legal Education in a foreign state or country), completion of a professional law degree program at this law school other than for a Juris Doctor degree does not qualify a student to take the California Bar Examination or satisfy the requirements for admission to practice law in California. It may not qualify a student to take the bar examination or to satisfy requirements for admission to the practice of law in any other jurisdiction. A student intending to seek admission to practice law should contact the admitting authority in the jurisdictions where the student intends to qualify to sit for the bar examination or to be admitted to practice for information regarding their legal education requirements.