If your dream is to obtain a legal education, we can help you get there with our part-time evening program.
Taking the LSAT is your first step toward your future career in the legal field. This exam is required for admission into any of our Juris Doctor program.
Chase Law offers an affordable education to both in-state and out-of-state residents.
Contact our Admissions team to learn more about the Evening Program.
Hospital regulatory affairs specialist
"Because I have a full-time job, I make the most of my time when I’m not working or in class. Adjusting to law school meant learning to do things I hadn’t done before, like using a planner and scheduling in time to study. Breaks between classes are frequent enough to allow me to stay motivated and focused. I make time to serve as a mentor and as a volunteer.”
Former stock broker interning with a judge and a law firm
“The internships have been a huge lift in experience for me. I learned a lot in just a couple of weeks. By working with a judge and law firm, my work life during the day is in line with my night life at school. I have a greater appreciation for the goals I’m striving for at Chase now that I have a better understanding of what the future holds after graduation."
Health system director
“The evening division has a wonderful group of diverse and talented people, many of whom are working professionals. Many are willing to listen and offer their own personal experiences to tremendously complex issues. These interactions are extremely satisfying, and I have found myself being able to utilize different perspectives in how I go about everyday life outside of school.”
Equine veterinarian working for a pharmaceutical company
“This program has allowed me to expand my education and pursue a path that could lead to opportunities in the future, inside or outside of my current industry. I’ve expanded my personal and professional network, and met some amazing individuals whom I would never have had the chance to meet otherwise. Whatever age you start this process, just take the risk, take it day by day, and believe in yourself and your classmates.”