Student Resource Center
The Student Resource Center (SRC) compliments Lincoln Law Schools’ curriculum with workshops, skills seminars, study groups and small group and small group tutoring sessions all designed to maximize a students academic success with individualized attention. The primary focus of the SRC is: brief writing, test taking, issue spotting, essay writing, time and stress management, and much more. To learn more information about the SRC, click here: Student Resources Center.
Friday Review Program
The Friday Review Program is offered on select Friday nights. The program consists of Review Coordinators with outstanding academic success offering their experiences and skills through review sessions to fellow law school students. The review sessions are offered for first-, second-, and third-year courses to provide personalized attention and additional academic support.
Judge Mentorship Program
Under the direction of Judge Laurie Earl (Lincoln Class of 1988), fourth-year students are paired with a Sacramento County Superior Court judge mentor. The program provides an opportunity for Lincoln students to gain knowledge of the courts, career advice, information regarding court matters, job opportunities, and other issues relevant to the practice of law.
Observing the legal world in action, being in a law office or corporate environment, isn’t just invaluable, it’s worth credit. Guided by the Legal Internship Coordinator, the program gives 3rd- and 4th-year students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and firsthand exposure to the legal profession.
Sometimes, it just takes talking things through with another person to better understand the complexities of the law. And who better than your fellow law students? That’s why we provide bulletin boards and student government organizations to help with finding or organizing study groups.