Our programs are the next step in continuing your education to reach your personal and professional goals in the study of law. Your future in the legal field is within reach with Drivon School of Law. Our enrollment process is simple. We look forward to being a part of your new educational journey. Apply now!
JD Regular Applicants
Regular Applicants are those applicants pursuing the Juris Doctor who either hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university, or who have completed at least 60 semester or 90 quarter units creditable towards a bachelor’s degree, as determined by the registrar of the Drivon School of Law.
JD Special Applicants
A limited number of individuals, who have not completed at least 60 semester or 90 quarter units creditable toward a bachelor’s degree may apply for admission to the Juris Doctor after they satisfy educational requirements and may be admitted only in exceptional cases.
JD Transfer Applicants
Transfer Student/Advanced Standing Applicants are students who have attended another law school and are in good standing at the prior law school. Transfer Student/Advanced Standing Applicants previously disqualified from or without good standing at another law school may also be considered for admission to the Juris Doctor.
A Transfer Student/Advanced Standing applicant from a law school accredited by either the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California or the American Bar Associations may be admitted with transfer credit for courses successfully completed at the prior school up to a maximum of 60 quarter units of transfer credit. Courses transferred for unit credit must be substantially equivalent to similar courses offered at Drivon School of Law. The determination of the transferability of courses for unit credit shall be determined by Drivon School of Law.
JD Visiting Students
Under certain circumstances, members of the State Bar of California, graduates of Drivon School of Law, or current students of accredited law schools may enroll in Juris Doctor courses as non-degree visiting students.
MLS applicants are those applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and are pursuing the Master of Legal Studies.
Law School Admissions Test
The LSAT is an admissions requirement to Drivon School of Law JD Program. The purpose of the LSAT is to test the skills necessary for success in the first year of law school. The LSAT is one factor in the consideration of your application. LSAT is not required for entry into the MLS Program.
Meet the Team
We thrive in providing personalized and attentive service. During the admissions process, you will work primarily with our Law School Admission Counselor and Law School Registrar. If you have any questions during the admissions process, reach out to request a phone, in-person, or Zoom appointment.
Drivon School of Law
6650 Inglewood Avenue
Stockton, CA 95207
Winter: January 2, 2024
Summer: July 1, 2024
Fall: September 30, 2024
The Drivon School of Law provides the opportunity for a legal education for students with varying backgrounds and experiences. The program is designed to instill in its students an understanding of law as well as analytical skills developed through a combination of scholastic and practical education.