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The College of Law teaches the practice of law while preparing students to promote access…

The College of Law teaches the practice of law while preparing students to promote access to legal services and justice in the community. Few professions have the capability to produce change for individuals, municipalities, and entire regions so decisively as the legal profession. At La Verne Law, we prepare graduates to make a difference for their clients.

La Verne Law faculty are committed to creating an innovative, collaborative learning environment designed to develop the knowledge and real-world skills relevant to working in the legal profession. Our graduates find success in private practice, public service, business, government, and on the bench.

Our student body and faculty reflect the rich diversity of Southern California, and represent different perspectives that lead to robust and engaging study, debate, and discussion.

Accredited by the State Bar of California

On November 18, 2019, the Board of Trustees of the University of La Verne directed that the University of La Verne’s College of Law shall discontinue its American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited program of legal education and instructed administration to transition to a high-quality program of legal education approved and accredited by the State Bar of California. The College of Law will enroll new students for a JD degree as a State Bar of California approved law school beginning in the fall of 2020. Learn more about our accreditation.

Quality academic program

Our faculty continually work to create engaging, practical learning environments for students to develop real-world legal and professional skills, with a focus on preparation for taking and passing the state bar examination.

Small class sizes, more engagement

Our student-to-faculty ratio of 11:1 means more opportunities for interaction with your professors in class, on assignments, and through academic and career advising. You will find that La Verne Law’s professors practice a true open-door policy, taking a personal interest in your success.

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