Pursue your career in confidence at Drivon.
Our program is the next step in continuing your education to reach personal or professional goal in law. Drivon School of Law provides you with career connections and practical skills and training so that your future in the legal field is within reach.
Requirements for Admission
Complete application for admission and pay $40.00 application fee.
Register for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
Submit two official academic transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities.
Have documents sent directly to:
Drivon School of Law Registrar
6650 Inglewood Avenue
Stockton, CA 95207
You can obtain your official college transcript through the National Clearinghouse. Access the website at: www.getmytranscript.com
Provide letters of recommendation. Regular Applicants should have at least one letter of recommendation; Special Applicants should have three letters of recommendation.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and call Humphreys University Student Services Department to make an appointment.
Call an admissions counselor to complete the process and register for courses.
The Admissions Committee considers a candidate’s academic achievement, performance on the LSAT, and life experience. Also considered are references, motivation, work experience, civic involvement, and maturity. Decisions are made when an application and all supporting documents have been received by the Law School. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all documents are received by the Law Registrar in a timely manner. Applications need to be submitted 30 days prior to the commencement of the student’s desired starting session.
We offer different avenues of entry so you can put your education first. We want to help you reach your goal and prepare you for the California Bar examination and the practice of law.
Candidates fall into two main admission categories:
- Bachelor’s degree holders from a regionally accredited college or university.
No specific major or course of study is required. (or)
- 60 semester or 90 quarter units creditable toward a bachelor’s degree, as
determined by the Law School Registrar.
If you do not qualify as a regular applicant you may still qualify for admission by taking three tests under the College Level Examination Program— CLEP.
- Students must take the College Composition exam and may choose two tests from the following: Humanities, Mathematics, Social Sciences and History, or Natural Science. A minimum score of 50 must be attained in each subject.
- Three letters of recommendation.
- Interview with the Dean of the Law School.
- Passage of the First Year Law Student Examination (Baby Bar) following the completion of the first year (27 quarter units) of study.
- LSAT Scores.