Calling all future lawyers
Concordia University School of Law is a new breed of law school for a new generation of lawyers. We are a 21st century law school designed from the ground up to help you succeed – on the bar exam and throughout your career.
Here are a few reasons why Concordia Law is worth your consideration:
Affordable tuition. Tuition is $13,000 below the national average for private law schools.
Generous scholarships. Scholarships range from $3,000 to $14,000 – and they're automatically renewable for students who remain in good academic standing.
Guaranteed grant. Every full-time student receives a service grant of $5,000 per year – guaranteed. Part-time students receive the same grant, pro-rated over four years.
Mentorship program. Every incoming law student partners with a practicing lawyer or judge who serves as a mentor throughout your time at Concordia Law. These mentors know what you're experiencing and can provide insight, knowledge, and advice – not to mention real-world, on-the-job training.
Location, location, location. Our campus is in the heart of Boise's legal community, within walking distance of Idaho's federal court, Supreme Court, State Capitol, and key law firms. And Boise is known for its high quality of life and lower cost of living.
Concordia is a Christian university preparing leaders for the transformation of society. For Concordia Law, that means helping our students become positive agents of change, ready to provide service to a society in desperate need of affordable legal services. We hope you're up to the challenge, and we welcome your questions and application.
Qualifications For Admission to the Bar
Standard 504 (a): In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admissions, published by the National Conference of Bar Examiners and available directly from the publisher or online. You can also contact a jurisdiction directly or various boards of bar examiners for information.