Regent Law students serve organizations such as the International Justice Mission and Blackstone Legal Fellowship, working across the nation and around the globe to promote justice and Christian principles. Since Blackstone began in 2000, about 100 Regent Law students have received fellowships.
Other students secure judicial internships, where they gain writing and professional skills and exposure to the courtroom. Students also extern for companies like Sentara Healthcare, intern for the Civil Military Fusion Centre at the NATO Supreme Allied Command Headquarters, and serve low-income clients through the local Legal Aid office.
These opportunities allow Regent Law students to build a direct understanding of a lawyer’s professional responsibilities while gaining invaluable work experience.