Lincoln Law School of Sacramento

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Not to be confused with Lincoln Law School of San Jose.

Coordinates: 38°34′20″N 121°27′51″W / 38.57222°N 121.46417°W / 38.57222; -121.46417

Lincoln Law School of Sacramento
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Established 1969
School type Private
Dean James Schiavenza
Location Sacramento, California, United States
Enrollment 250
Faculty 26
USNWR ranking NR
Bar pass rate 58% (14/24) (July 2012 first-time takers)[1]
Website www.lincolnlaw.edu

Lincoln Law School of Sacramento is a part-time evening law school in Sacramento, California, United States. Its goal is to provide an excellent legal education at an affordable cost to qualified applicants. The school offers an evening-only, four-year juris doctor degree program. At approximately $10,500 per year, the school affords the opportunity for all qualified applicants the chance to become a lawyer.

Accreditation[edit]

Lincoln Law School received accreditation from the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California in 1978.[2]

The law school has never applied for accreditation by the American Bar Association. The ABA only accredits law schools that have a full-time program. Lincoln has always been a part-time evening law school since its beginning, established to fill the needs of working professionals and others who prefer an evening program.

Lincoln Law School is currently in the process of attaining WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) accreditation. The School has achieved the "Eligiblility" standing and is continuing the process towards "Initial Accreditation."

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Eugene Balonon (Class of 1984), Superior Court of California, Sacramento County
  • Leonard Padilla (Class of 1980), television commentator, media personality, and bounty hunter
  • Scott Jones, Current Sacramento County Sheriff
  • Jan Scully, Elected District Attorney for Sacramento County 1994-2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Statistics Report: July 2012 California Bar Examination" (PDF). California State Bar. December 21, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Accreditation". Lincoln Law School of Sacramento. Retrieved 30 June 2016. 

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