Pathways to UCI Law

These innovative collaborations are designed to advance UCI Law’s strong commitment to providing meaningful, and affordable, pathways for students to advance their law school career.

For more opportunities to learn about UCI Law's connection to these programs, please see our Experience UCI page for our upcoming events.

 

Honors Collegium Law Scholarship and 3+3 Honors Collegium Law Program

Honors Collegium Law Scholarship and 3+3 Honors Collegium Law Program

UCI Law and UCI Campuswide Honors Collegium (CHC) offer a two-part collaboration for CHC students access to an accelerated Bachelors/Juris Doctor 3+3 degree program at UCI Law, and scholarship funds. The Scholarship program guarantees a minimum scholarship for students who have graduated from CHC and are later admitted into UCI Law’s Juris Doctor (J.D.) program. Successful applicants admitted to the Law School, who are part of the Scholarship Program, will receive a $30,000 tuition scholarship per year — available for both residents and nonresidents. Learn more >

Engineering-Law Scholarship Program

Engineering-Law Scholarship Program

The UCI Law and UCI Henry Samueli School of Engineering collaboration offers Samueli School of Engineering graduates access to scholarship funds at UCI Law. The scholarship program — which includes a $30,000 tuition scholarship per year, available for both residents and nonresidents — provides talented engineering students interested in the study of law — including intellectual property, law and technology, and other areas — the ability to obtain an affordable legal education at UCI Law. Learn more >

School of Humanities Scholarship Program and 3+3 Articulated Program

School of Humanities Scholarship Program and 3+3 Articulated Program

UCI Law and UCI School of Humanities collaboration offers humanities students access to an accelerated Bachelor’s/Juris Doctor 3+3 degree program at UCI Law, and scholarship funds. Successful UCI Humanities applicants admitted to the Law School will receive a $30,000 tuition scholarship per year, available for both residents and nonresidents, and an accelerated pathway for high-achieving humanities students to earn B.A. and J.D. degrees in six years, as opposed to the traditional seven. Learn more >

UCI School of Social Ecology wordmark

UCI Law and UCI School of Social Ecology’s collaboration offers qualified School of Social Ecology students access to an accelerated Bachelor’s/Juris Doctor 3+3 articulated program at UCI Law, and scholarship funds. Successful UCI School of Social Ecology applicants admitted to the Law School will receive a $30,000 tuition scholarship per year, available for both residents and nonresidents, and an accelerated pathway for high-achieving School of Social Ecology students to earn B.A. and J.D. degrees in six years, as opposed to the traditional seven. Learn more >

Korea University Logo

UCI Law and Korea University School of Law (KU Law) will enhance the already strong relationship between the two schools with several new collaborative initiatives. The schools have established a slate of new partnership initiatives, including a new LL.M. scholarship opportunity for eligible KU Law alumni. The partnership also includes new faculty research initiatives, a new externship program for students, and a continued commitment to hosting visiting professors and visiting scholars. Learn more >

Point Foundation Logo

UCI Law and Point Foundation have established a scholarship initiative for Point alumni and graduating Point Scholars. The initiative guarantees a minimum scholarship for Point Scholars or alumni of Point’s Flagship, Community College, and BIPOC programs who have graduated from an undergraduate or graduate program and are later admitted into UCI Law’s J.D. program. Successful applicants admitted to UCI Law, who are part of this scholarship initiative, will receive a minimum $30,000 tuition scholarship per year — available for both residents and nonresidents — to help offset the costs of attending UCI Law. Learn more >