La Verne Law is currently accepting applications for:
Full-Time Day Program
Part-Time Day Program
Part-Time Evening Program
Priority Deadline: July 1, 2016
La Verne Law
Just as the practice of law is more than courtrooms and conflict, law school should be more than classrooms and legal briefs. At the University of La Verne College of Law, our small class sizes and optimal student-to-teacher ratios will allow you to thoroughly explore your interests and discover the best path to your successful legal career, a journey that will not only fulfill your dreams, but help you make a positive impact in your community as well.
You will find that La Verne Law’s professors practice a true open-door policy, taking a personal interest in your success. It won’t be unusual to have the same leading scholar who mentors you by day attend your softball game or student BBQ at night. In fact, in our distinctively personal environment, you’re as likely to discuss the day’s headlines with the Dean as you are with another student, both of whom will know you by name.
We invite you to take a closer look at the uniquely rewarding experience that awaits you at La Verne Law.
Office of Admissions
University of La Verne College of Law
320 East D Street
Ontario, California 91764
Telephone: (909) 460-2001
Toll Free: (877) 858-4529
Fax: (909) 460-2082
State Bar of California Registration Requirement
All law students who are planning to apply for admission to the California Bar and take the California Bar Exam must register with the State Bar of California no later than 90 days after beginning law school. The registration fee must be paid with a credit card. Students who plan to take the Bar Exam in another state should check with the State Bar in the state in which they intend to practice.
Additionally, the State Bar of California and the University of La Verne College of Law may require additional documentation for your admission file that may not have been provided on the original application. We require notification as to any change of status including, but not limited to, attendance at another law school prior to beginning at La Verne Law, enrollment in a summer law program, or a criminal record. A criminal record may have an adverse effect on your admission to the College of Law and to the Bar. Students who have a criminal record are advised to check with the Committee of Bar Examiners of the state in which they intend to practice.