www.tls.edu Interesting. Regionally accredited and CalBar accredited. Not ABA. The school operates a Center for Human Rights that looks like legitimate. J.D. tuition for the total three years in residence or on-line (not sure if that's four years) program is about $95,000 which makes it kind of expensive for a non-ABA degree but still much cheaper than any ABA approved program in California of which I am aware. Trinity Law has been around for forty years having begun as Simon Greenleaf Law School. They've built something valuable here, around their conservative Christian ideology, true, but enduring. One reason I suspect that they have lasted this long is that they refused the siren song of ABA accreditation. I don't know whether the seas ahead are stormy though. I read somewhere that CalBar now imposes a two year minimum 40% Bar pass rate to maintain accreditation. Considerably more relaxed compared with the ABA's standard but it might be a struggle even for Trinity.