Ontario Law Campus

The University of La Verne College of Law was founded in 1970, and made Ontario its home in 2001. Ontario is a city that possesses assorted amenities, a colorful arts and culture community, and numerous municipal, county, state, and federal courts, making it an excellent location to live and study law. Plus, it’s just minutes from the university’s flagship campus in La Verne.

Ontario Law Campus Amenities

  • The University of La Verne College of Law Library is the only academic law library in Inland Southern California—and the largest law library in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
  • Facilities on campus include a mock courtroom, where law students participating in the National Trial Team Competition can practice.
  • Twice a year, a Law Night event is held to offer La Verne students and the Southern California community free legal advice.
  • The campus is located in the heart of historic Ontario: it’s close to downtown and is adjacent to the city hall, the fire department, and the community center.
  • The vast majority of students live in rented apartments or condos around Ontario, which is one of the most affordable places to live in California.

The City of Ontario

Ontario is a city rich in history and culture. It was founded by George and William B. Chaffey in September of 1882; they named the city in honor of their home province: Ontario, Canada. The Chaffey brothers established three principles for the colony: a mutual water company concept, a grand thoroughfare, and an agricultural college for general education. The city was aptly dubbed the new “Model Colony,” as it struck a highly desirable balance between rural and urban living. To this day, the city of Ontario possesses the amenities of a large urban metropolis with a true-to-its-roots agricultural spirit.

Discover what else awaits you in Ontario on the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau website.

Ontario Quick Facts

  • Ontario has an average temperature of 83°F / 24°C.
  • The city was incorporated on December 10th, 1891.
  • Ontario is home to three major interstates, two railroads, and the Ontario International Airport.
  • Ontario also features close proximity to LAX International Airport.
  • Ontario is San Bernardino County’s fourth-largest city.
  • The city motto of Ontario is “Southern California’s Next Urban Center.”

The Inland Empire of Southern California

Nature lovers and city-dwellers alike will delight in the Inland Empire’s diverse offerings. Law students in Southern California enjoy a pleasant climate year-round, which makes for a wonderful excuse to enjoy the myriad of outdoor activities available in the area—like hiking, exploring Temecula Valley wine country’s vineyards (or floating above them in a hot air balloon,) or visiting California’s only therapeutic red clay mud bath—Club Mud. Enjoy all of this and more in the Inland Empire.

Inland Empire Quick Facts

  • The region is located approximately 40 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles.
  • The Inland Empire covers more than 27,331 square miles of Southern California.
  • The Empire is home to more than four million residents.
  • It also boats 27 colleges and universities.

Learn more about La Verne Law’s Ontario Campus!

The University of La Verne College of Law campus in Ontario, California is the premier learning location for legal education in Southern California. Request more information today.

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