Trinity is committed to the concept that a legal career is a calling and that students of all ages, backgrounds and occupations may sense the call to enter law school. As such, the Admissions Committee selects its law students upon consideration of the “whole person.” While Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores and past academic experience are important, the Committee also considers the prospective student’s goals, achievements, work experiences, life circumstances and other criteria that indicate an applicant’s character and potential for academic success. All prospective students, regardless of race, national origin, or religion, are welcome at Trinity Law School.