Your legal education can be more affordable by taking advantage of our generous scholarship programs, offered to over 50% of incoming students.
Our international programs, faculty and study abroad experiences build the cross-cultural sensitivity and competence you need for success in today’s globalized workplace and economy.
If your record shows intelligence, real promise and a willingness to work hard, Whittier is proud to offer you the opportunity to pursue your goal of a career in law.
To help you succeed in law school, on the bar examination and in the pursuit of a career, Whittier Law School’s caring faculty provides individualized assistance and our strong programs are designed to support you academically and personally. We offer a true community of support.
You can enjoy the beaches (located just 10 minutes away) as well as a variety of dining and entertainment options near our campus in sunny Southern California.
To help you transition into the practice of law successfully, we rigorously train our students in necessary practical skills and offer hands-on, practical experiences.
At Whittier Law School, you can specialize in trial and appellate practice as well as family, business, criminal, international and intellectual property law. Many courses are also offered in environmental law.
Located in a safe, quiet neighborhood, our inviting, park-like campus offers 14 acres of open space with on-site parking and wireless internet access.
To prepare you for workplace realities, Whittier Law School’s student body is remarkably diverse in many ways (including over 50% students of color), mirroring today’s complex society.
You can build lifelong friendships and valuable professional contacts by participating in one of the over 30 organizations created by our active student body.
Debate: The Founding Fathers and the Second Amendment
February 16, 2016 5:30pm-7:30pm
Judicial Externship & Clerkship Information Update
February 22, 2016 12:35pm-1:20pm
Defending the International Legal Profession: The Rule of Law At-Risk
February 23, 2016 12:00pm-1:30pm