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Lincoln Law School of Sacramento was founded in 1969 to meet a growing need in Sacramento for a high-quality yet moderately priced evening law school. The school
was designed to allow students the opportunity to study for a law degree and the California Bar while holding full-time employment.

Lincoln Law School of Sacramento employs faculty members from the Sacramento legal community. These lawyers and judges bring practical, up-to-date instruction
to the Law School classrooms, keeping students abreast of the constantly changing legal profession.

The professors, dean, and administration are readily available to give counsel and advice to students in need of help with study techniques, financial matters, program
changes, or grading and examination methods.

Practical experience on the student level is stressed at Lincoln Law School. Required courses are used as a foundation for understanding the law. Elective and experiential opportunities are designed to broaden and diversify the student’s background.

The success of the Law School’s mission, objectives, and goals can be measured in part by its graduates who pass the California Bar Examination and become responsible, practicing attorneys.

Lincoln Law School is located just minutes from the California State Capitol, the U.S. District Court, California’s Third District Court of Appeal, the Sacramento County Law Library, the California State Library, Sacramento County Superior Court, and the Witkin State Law Library.

Today, the school measures its success by its graduates who pass the California Bar Examination and become responsible, successful, and ethical practicing attorneys. More than 1,300 of our graduates have been admitted to the California Bar, most of whom practice law in the Sacramento region where their hard work and ability to balance family and work while attending law school benefits the entire community.

Our graduates include more than 10 California Superior Court Judges, the former Sacramento County District Attorney, Sacramento County Sheriff, the Chief Counsel to the California Highway Patrol, elected member of the Placer County Board of Education and Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education, Sacramento County Board of Supervisors,  the Executive Officer of the Franchise Tax Board, the Executive Officer of the Board of Parole Hearings, and many successful private practitioners.