A brief history of Lincoln Law School
Lincoln University is chartered as a private as a non-sectarian college.
Lincoln University is incorporated as a non-profit institution.
Under the leadership of E. Barbara Jorss and Dean Jerome Sack, the Lincoln University campus in San Jose is opened and quickly develop a reputation as a center of innovative legal training and legal discourse.
Lincoln University breaks new ground by producing a ten-part cable television series featuring panel discussions by local attorneys and judges, addressing legal issues of concern to the San Francisco and San Jose communities.
Lincoln University’s entire law school program is now centered in San Jose.
The San Jose campus of Lincoln University formally separates from Lincoln University to become an independent, public benefit, non-profit corporation, changing its name to Lincoln Law School of San Jose. In the same year, the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California conferred accreditation on the Law School.