“Most Devout” Criteria:
The criteria were evaluated by Trinity’s Mission Statement, Core Values Statement, Clinics (community outreach), and Center for Human Rights.
Trinity’s Mission Statement:
Preparing students to flourish as attorneys dedicated to advocate for justice, serve the Church, and pursue the truth throughout the world for Christ.
Trinity’s Core Values:
As an institution committed to inerrant Scripture, given by God as our final authority for faith and life, we hold ourselves accountable to it and to each other with regard to these values as we cultivate academic excellence, Christian faithfulness, and lifelong learning.
Trinity’s Clinics – Serving the Community:
Trinity Law School Clinics provide free legal services to the community while giving students the opportunity to put their classroom skills to work.
Center for Human Rights:
The Center for Human Rights is a research, education, and advocacy center for the promotion and protection of international human rights. Along with several human rights courses at Trinity Law School in Santa Ana, the Center sponsors international courses in Europe and Cambodia.
Center for Human Rights Mission Statement:
Defend the Christian basis for human rights and make justice the prevailing condition in our world through research and educational facilities, classroom instruction, career development, and opportunities for participation in lectures, conferences, and seminars.