Classes Begin on
January 9, 2023

Earning a Law Degree is Something. Where You Earn it is Everything.

Take the Next Step in Your Judicial Career

Learn more information about Trinity Law School’s Juris Doctor program and scholarships

15:1

Student : Faculty Ratio

34

Average Student Age

68%

Students of Color

51%

Female

Why Choose Trinity For Your JD?

Scholarship Opportunities for LSAT Scores of 145+

Awards vary from $2,000 to full-tuition with the possibility of stipend. Most scholarships are renewable as long as specific academic requirements are maintained each semester.

Affordable Tuition

Low tuition, combined with scholarships and federal financial aid, makes earning your JD a reality. Trinity’s annual tuition is about $20,000 less than other accredited law schools in Orange County.

Classes Work With Your Schedule

Your JD classes are available on-campus day or evening, 100% online, or a hybrid of both.

Unprecedented Bar Prep

Get ready for the California Bar Exam starting on your first day of class with the help of On Course, our exclusive bar exam prep program.

Start With Your AA/AS or 60 Units

Unlike many other law schools, we believe that you can become a successful attorney without a bachelor’s degree.

Trinity Law School

Trinity Law School is a Christian law school that offers a unique, yet practical educational foundation from a biblical perspective. Your professors strive to challenge you and arm you with the knowledge you need to pursue a meaningful life of service. Whether your journey leads you to become an attorney, professor, or business leader, Trinity is where you not only learn the law, but also engage in practical opportunities to put your passion to work.

Learn more about Trinity's 100% Online Juris Doctor program

The Juris Doctor Program can be completed online, on campus, or a hybrid of both.

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McKenzie Austin

Class of 2017

"Trinity has helped me erase the doubts that I had about going to law school and allowed me to realize that I can compete and earn my place in the field of law."