Hi! Did you know your browser is outdated? For a more robust web experience we recommend using Safari, Firefox, Chrome or Opera.
CalBarScholarship2013_thumb
Two Students Receive California Bar Foundation Diversity ScholarshipsStory
Alyssa Bussey
Third-Year Student Externs with California Supreme Court Chief JusticeStory
Clay Logo Thumbnai
Four Alumni Honored as CA Attorneys of the YearStory
Fitzgerald
Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J. Named President of the University of San FranciscoStory
Doris Cheng Story
Doris Cheng ’98 Named Director of Intensive Advocacy ProgramStory
Civil Rights News Thumb
Dean Trasviña Commemorates 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights ActStory
Scalia Podium
Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner Speak at USFStory
1Dollar Jacket
Faculty Book Offers Glimpse into Lives of the World’s PoorestStory
Request Information

Part-Time Juris Doctor Program

The University of San Francisco School of Law Part-Time JD Program offers students the rigorous education, supportive community, and co-curricular opportunities available to those in the full-time program, but with increased flexibility that allows for work, caretaking, or other responsibilities. Part-time and full-time students join one another in many of the same classes and attend classes with the same outstanding faculty.

Office of Admissions
Kendrick Hall, 236
Phone: (415) 422-6586
Email Us

Part-time students are drawn to the USF School of Law for its reputation as a respected university, clinical and externship programs that span the globe, and ideal location in the San Francisco Bay Area. Located in vibrant San Francisco, the law school is minutes away from federal, state, and local government agencies and federal and state courts, including the California Supreme Court.

Nicholas Larson | Class of 2011 | BA, MA, Stanford University

Nicholas Larson is a federal policy analyst for the U.S. Government Accountability Office who graduated from the part-time program at the USF School of Law. He plans to use his law degree and public service experience to promote effective public policy. He served on the USF Law Review editorial board, as a Moot Court case counselor, and as a volunteer in the Pro Bono Project and Law In Motion Program. In the summer of 2009, Larson worked as a legal research assistant for Professor Joshua Davis.

"My experience as a student at USF was fantastic. In the part-time evening program I was able to work as a policy analyst full-time while obtaining a legal education. My legal degree, combined with my public service experience, will enable me to promote effective public policy."

 
 

The Fall 2014 application deadline for the part-time program will be available by September 25, 2013 and is due on April 1, 2014. Apply today by clicking here.