Preparation for a Practical and Globalized Career
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.
Students may gain expertise in a particular area of law through the Center for Children’s Rights, Center for Intellectual Property Law, Center for International & Comparative Law, concentrations in Business Law, Environmental Law or Criminal Law and a certificate program in Legal Writing.
Students can also further develop their practical lawyering skills through Whittier Law School’s extensive Lawyering Skills Institute, Institute of Trial and Appellate Practice, Legal Clinics and Private and Public Externship Program.
The Center for International & Comparative Law and the five study abroad programs in Spain, France, Israel, Mexico and China expose students to the global nature and cross cultural demands of modern law practice.