Our Mission

Trial Lawyers College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals: the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.

In all of its activities, Trial Lawyers College will foster and nourish an open atmosphere of caring for people regardless of their race, age, creed, religion, national origin, physical abilities, gender or sexual orientation. We do not offer training for those lawyers who represent government, corporations or large business interests.

"The TLC method is tried and true. I believe if we start with our own fears, our own experiences, others will speak up. We will find our tribe." 

CLASS OF 2010

-- Monique Sparks

"TLC is like no other CLE program anywhere!" 

-- TLC Student

"TLC changed the way I will practice law, and live my life." 

-- TLC Student

"I am a better person, and a better attorney, because of TLC."

-- TLC Student

"At TLC, I made life-long friends. I feel like I've joined a nationwide law-firm with talented TLC-trained lawyers I can call on anytime." 

-- TLC Student

The Warrior Magazine

Puts you in touch with the backbone of Trial Lawyers College™️ and the hearts of our Alumni Tribe.

Subscribe to our quarterly magazine and read of the accomplishments and challenges of our alumni and faculty who's stories reflect the vibrant, evolving curriculum and culture of TLC. Subscribers will receive a hard-copy magazine in their mailboxes every quarter, and subscribers who are TLC students will additionally be granted access to an online searchable archive of all past issues since 2002. $40.00/year.  

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The Archives

This archive is available to TLC students with an active subscription to the Warrior magazine. Searchable by author name, article title, or trial skill, it is a valuable resource of informative articles dating back to 2002.

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