About San Francisco Law School
For more than 100 years, San Francisco Law School has been providing a quality legal education to a diverse student body – many of whom also work and have family responsibilities while earning their law degree, the Juris Doctorate.
San Francisco Law School offers a full-time law degree program at its San Francisco location, and a part-time evening program at its San Francisco and San Diego location.
As the oldest part-time law school in the western United States, San Francisco Law School:
- was incorporated in 1909
- is one of the first law schools to be accredited by the State Bar of California, and
has enjoyed continuous accreditation since 1937
San Francisco Law School is committed to delivering a quality legal education and creating opportunity for legal students in California.
- With an inclusive culture and continuous commitment to diversity, San Francisco Law School was one of the first law schools in California to actively seek out and enroll women and minority students.
- Many students at San Francisco Law School are the first in their families to seek a graduate degree.
- San Francisco Law School’s student body welcomes diversity and represents many different
professions and aspirations.
Learn from a faculty of practicing attorneys and judges.
- San Francisco Law School has a proud tradition of a faculty of practicing attorneys and judges, which allow them to bring their professional experiences into the classroom.
- Through a network of practicing faculty, students have access to clinical fieldwork and legal internships in which to gain professional exposure while in law school.
Study at one of San Francisco’s most affordable law schools.
- San Francisco Law School strives to maintain an affordable legal program.
- Financial aid and scholarship assistance is available for qualifying law students.
- San Francisco Law School is easily accessible to those who work and live in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
“A law degree can make a difference in your life and the lives of others”