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If you have a passion for the law through a Christ-centered view, Trinity Law School’s Juris Doctor program can provide a biblical view of human law and government. Our mission is to prepare students to flourish as attorneys who are dedicated to advocating for justice, serving the church, and pursuing the truth throughout the world for Christ. Whether you decide to become an attorney, professor, or business leader, Trinity is where you will not only learn the law, but also engage in practical opportunities to put your passion to work.

The Juris Doctor program can be completed in as little as three years full time and four years as either a part-time student or through the Flex Track option. The Flex Track option allows applicants who do not meet our regular LSAT requirements but who still show academic promise to be accepted to the Juris Doctor program. Flex Track courses are available online or on campus for the first year of study.  Students must earn a GPA of 2.67 or higher in the first year, or take the LSAT and earn at least 145 in the first semester (along with passing grades in Flex classes), or pass the First Year Law Students’ Exam (FYLSX or “Baby Bar”). Students not dismissed may continue for an optional third semester of study in order to earn a cumulative GPA of 2.67+ or pass the FYLSX to continue with the Regular JD program.

Classes are offered during the day or in the evening, and select courses are offered online. Juris Doctor students also receive the exclusive, added benefit of the On Course program that prepares students for the California Bar Exam from the first day of class.  This support program runs alongside the JD coursework and is included in the tuition.

In addition, Trinity offers the opportunity for practical experience through internships and clinics, allowing graduates to have an edge in today’s competitive job market.

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