Moot Court Advances to Nationals
For the third consecutive year, Trinity Law School’s Moot Court team qualified to advance to the National Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition, hosted by NBLSA. Team members McKenzie Austin (’17) and Joy Baseluos (’17), pictured above, placed in the top 16. Trinity’s team placed first in the same competition in 2014 and ranked in the top eight in 2015. Read more.
Top 5 “Most Devout Christian Schools” Ranking
Trinity Law School was once again selected as one of the top 5 “Most Devout Christian Law Schools” by preLaw Magazine, a publication of National Jurist. This is the second consecutive year that Trinity has appeared on the list. Read more.
The California Bar Exam is one of the most difficult in the country to pass. That’s why we offer On Course, a support program that runs alongside your coursework and gives you the specific preparation you need to take the bar with confidence.
Opportunities for Practical Experience
We’re committed to helping our students find the internship and clinical experience they need to have an edge in today’s competitive job markets. We offer a wide variety of clinics and facilitate numerous off-campus internship opportunities with government agencies and private law offices. Moot Court and Law Review provide even more opportunities for students to become practice-ready. Learn more.
RT @TheEFCA: "I will say of the Lord, 'He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.'" (Psalm 91:2)
TONIGHT: BLSA, DTP, and WLS are co-hosting "The Voting Rights Act & the 2016 Election", 5 pm in Room 200, featuring Prof. Neil Rodgers.
.@orangecoast students, we're on your campus today. We'll be here until 2 pm--find us at the Transfer Fair!
Congratulations to Professor Steeves, who, as of 10/1, will be chairman of the CA State Bar's Nonprofit Orgs committee!