Opportunity for All, From the Beginning
In 1905, the soon-to-be founders of San Francisco Law School wrote a letter declaring that the opportunity for a law degree must be made available to all. We’ve built a legacy on that original declaration, committed to offering high-quality legal education regardless of gender identity, race, or socioeconomic status. Our campuses actively welcome women, working parents, mid-career adults, and minority students into a program that didn’t previously exist for them.
At SFLS, forward-thinking leaders are the rule, not the exception.
Students Success is Our First Priority
There’s nothing more fulfilling to us than seeing our students thrive during and after their time at San Francisco Law School. From our flexible scheduling to our accessible tuition rates, we encourage your growth both personally and as a legal professional. With a program designed to the standards of the California State Bar CalBar exam, our program includes access to the CalBar Prep Course and assistance program to help our graduates pass the California Bar Exam.Apply Now
Our Legacy Continues to This Day
Your impact can start today. San Francisco Law School offers free to low-cost legal services for asylum seekers in partnership with the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP). We give our students the opportunity Given the chance to gain hands-on experience and skills not available to most law students. In only the first year of this program’s existence, a group of SFLS students recently prepared—and won—an incredibly challenging case that ultimately earned asylum for a woman from India.
SFLS alumni go on to make lasting change in their communities, driven by ideals of accessibility and inclusivity within the legal system.