Our campus sits on 14 spacious acres in the midst of the beautiful Orange County, California. Within a few miles of the campus you will find numerous charming beach communities that offer whatever water sport you can imagine as well as artists and surfers alike.
Visit the Whittier Experience section for an overview of the location and the rich, practical and globalized training students at Whittier Law School receive.
Flexible schedule options designed to accommodate your individual needs. Whittier Law School offers a full-time day, a part-time day and a part time evening program. Please visit our Degree Requirements section for more information.
Whittier Law School offers a wealth of resources to pursue a career in a variety of legal areas that include Business and Transactional Law, Criminal Law, Public Interest Law, Trial and Appellate Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law, International and Comparative Law or Family Law and Children’s Rights.
Please visit our Build Your Career section and Centers & Programs section to find highlights about courses, programs, externships and our Centers for Intellectual Property Law, Children’s Rights and International & Comparative Law.
Our students not only learn the law, but learn how to do what lawyers actually do in practice. We are proud that Whittier Law School students graduate more “practice ready” than students from many other law schools.
Finally you will find a rich community within Whittier Law School. We have an exceptionally diverse and friendly student body.
Visit our Student Organizations page for more information.
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