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Lincoln Law School strives to serve the common good of its community. Through providing graduates with a quality legal education, they will serve the legal community in a professional and ethical manner.

The School also supports its community through donations to the following organizations:

Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)


“Ensures consistency and support for children in the foster care system through the use of volunteer advocates advancing the best interests of each child. Every child in need is appointed a CASA to champion for them in Court, without compromise, on the path to a safe and permanent home.”

Run to Feed the Hungry


“The funds raised at this event will impact men, women and children in our community every day by providing free emergency goods and life-changing services including food, diapers, clothing, mentoring, education and hope. SFBFS provides food, clothing, education and hope to 135,000 men, women and children each month.”

Annual Unity Bar Dinner

This is an annual event organized by local groups that represent the area’s diversity in the legal field.

Legal Services of Northern California (LSNC)


“The mission of Legal Services of Northern California is to provide quality legal services to empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community, efficiently utilizing all available resources. LSNC provides crucial civil legal services to tens of thousands of needy and vulnerable individuals, while also engaging in complex, sophisticated advocacy—through litigation, legislation, administrative advocacy, and community development work—which has a significant positive impact for our entire client community in the areas of affordable housing, public benefits, health, education, and civil rights.”

Asian/Pacific Bar Association of Sacramento (ABAS) Law Foundation


“The ABAS Law Foundation is the 501(c)(3) educational and charitable counterpart to ABAS. The Foundation was established in 1997 to initiate and support educational and charitable works in Sacramento’s API community. Its activities have included multilingual voter assistance and workshops on voting, immigration and employment discrimination law.”

Operation Protect & Defend


“Operation Protect & Defend is a program by lawyers and judges committed to civic education in public schools reflecting the wisdom of Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy that ‘Democracy must be taught.’ Believing strongly in their obligation to serve our nation by actively fostering important democratic principles, judges, lawyers and teachers have worked each year to design a curriculum, including selected readings and court opinions, to help educate students on critical constitutional topics. Operation Protect & Defend remains firmly committed to engaging Sacramento area high school students in learning key principles of the United States Constitution and to how those principles impact their lives.”