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Welcome to the Alumni family
Lincoln Law School of San Jose has over 1,500 currently active legal practitioners throughout
California. Lincoln Law School alumni have become judges, governmental officials, and successful business people. Lincoln Law School is proud to have graduated leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area legal community, including Kenneth Fung the first Chinese-American to be admitted to practice law in California; Presidential Fellow, Chris Moore
(Retired Chief of Police City of San Jose)City City Council member, Dave Cortese; Superior Court Judges Hugh F. Mullin
(ret.), Ronald Lisk (ret), and Linda Condron; Workers' Compensation Judge Adoralida Padilla; and Commissioners Harold Cole, James L. Heath and Constance Jimenez. More than 17 members of the Santa Clara County Bench have studied, taught or served as trustees of Lincoln Law School of San Jose.
Outstanding Alumni Award
Each year Lincoln Law School recognizes one of our alumni who
made a significant contribution to the legal profession or to the community.
Recipients are listed below:
2011 Pamela D.
Donald E.J. Kilmer, Jr.
2008 Honorable Constance
2007 Jess B. Guy
2006 James E. McIlvain
2005 Christopher Moore
2004 Linda J. LeZotte
2003 David D. Cortese
Alumni can become involved in helping the school and current students in
different ways. They can participate in a mentor program or present a seminar in
their area of expertise. Alumni can also become active in the Alumni Association
and help plan events including fund raising activities. For further information,
contact the Admissions Office or call (408) 977-7227.
Making a Gift
If you wish to make a financial contribution, gift, establish a scholarship, or make any other donation in support of the school and its student body, please contact the
Change of Address
Please advise us if you change your name ,address or e-mail address so that we can continue to stay in contact with you.
Update your contact information here.
Request for a Transcript
We must have your written authorization in order for us to process a request for a transcript. Please visit the registrar's web page to download a transcript request form. Complete the form and send it, along with your check to the attention of the registrar.