With a long history of education and a dedication to small class sizes, PCU is the perfect law school choice.
Welcome to Pacific Coast University, School of Law. Our law school in Long Beach, CA has served students in Los Angeles and Orange County since 1927. The law school survived the Great Depression and our mission to offer an affordable, quality legal education continues with a dedicated faculty that includes practicing lawyers and judges.
Pacific Coast University attorneys receiving their legal education here come from a diverse range of ethnic, racial and religious backgrounds but share a common dedication to their chosen profession and the community they will serve. Our school exists to provide, for working adults in the community, an affordable, quality legal education. The night law school is attended by hardworking people with limited funds, who are working and raising families, while trying to pursue their law degrees. It has always been our policy to keep costs at a minimum to make law school affordable for our students.
Our program includes traditional curriculum in law, leading to the Juris Doctor degree. Students are prepared to take and pass the General Bar Examination of California. The program has two schedule options and is designed to cover subjects covered in the General Bar Examination, as well as classes in topics that are essential for new lawyers when starting out in practice.
One thing that sets Pacific Coast University apart from many law schools in the United States is our size. Our law school is small and classes are limited to 50 students to provide ample opportunity for exchange between professors and students. If you are looking for a law school in Los Angeles or Orange County, we encourage you to browse our website to learn more about our program, admissions, and faculty.
If you're interested in a career in the legal profession, Pacific Coast University, School of Law is the perfect place for you. Email us today for more information.
To register, call today to speak with an admissions staff about upcoming prospective student open houses and our legal education programs.
Prospective Student Open Houses
Are held the first Saturday of the month from 2 - 4 p.m. in February, March, April, May, June, August, September and October.