Abraham Lincoln University is proud to be engaged in the community of Los Angeles and beyond on many levels. We invite our students to volunteer with us and to suggest new ways to get involved.
ALU offers free law clinics at the Downtown Women’s Center on Skid Row, providing information to homeless women in need of legal advice. We invite law students to volunteer. Read more here.
ALU is excited to have professors and members in the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic – an orchestra and choir with judges, lawyers, and legal staff. We invite all law students who play an instrument or sing to audition. Find out more here.
Check out our ALU blog for interviews with current students and alumni, ALU news, studying tips, and military benefits.
ALU Chronicles is our unofficial legal and education blog that dives into particular issues such as how to copyright art and music, or knowing your rights while documenting law officials.
Abraham Lincoln University has been accepted to charter the legal fraternity, Delta Theta Phi. Delta Theta Phi is one of the oldest law fraternities in the United States, founded in 1900. This will mean ALU students can have access to and potentially publish work in the law review, The Adelphi Law Journal. Students will also have the opportunity to serve as officers.
Delta Theta Phi’s mission is, “To foster lifelong friendships and professional affiliations through legal education international networking and mutual respect.”
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Current students have access to our Student Learning Center, which provides the tools for attending class online, submitting homework, taking exams, and other resources to make the learning process convenient from anywhere you have access to the internet.