Your decision to become a lawyer means you are embarking on a life-changing journey that will require dedication. We encourage all prospective law students to begin their law school admissions process with a thorough review of our academic program offerings. We also invite you to join us for an on-campus or online event to engage with our admissions staff and faculty and gain an in-depth look at Regent University School of Law.

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Admissions Information by Program

JD (Juris Doctor)
LL.M. in American Legal Studies (Master of Laws)
LL.M. in Human Rights (Master of Laws)
M.A. (Master of Arts)

Notice: If you are unable to complete our application due to a disability, please contact our Admissions Office and an admissions representative will provide reasonable accommodations to assist you in completing the application.

Regent Law is a true community where students from diverse backgrounds come together, united by their legal calling and their desire to make a lasting difference. You will find a competitive yet supportive campus culture at Regent with a wide range of organizations and opportunities to develop your leadership and professional skills beyond the classroom.

Average Age: 49% of students are ages 25-34

Diverse Community:


  • 20% of student body has military connections
  • 7% military veterans
  • 6% military spouses

Major States Represented:

  • California (4.7%)
  • Florida (5.1%)
  • Michigan (2.8%)
  • New York (3.2%)
  • North Carolina (3.6)
  • Texas (4.0%)

Students enrolled in the full-time JD program may obtain a joint degree in business, communication, counseling, or government, earning both degrees in significantly less time than would be required if they were pursued separately.

Students admitted to Regent Law may request that graduate level coursework completed at another accredited college or university be applied toward their degree at Regent University. Read our law school transfer credit policy.

In addition to the program-specific requirements listed above, international applicants need to submit supplementary admissions requirements. These requirements will change depending on several factors, such as citizenship and visa status. For more information, please visit our International Students Admissions page.

Notice: Regent University is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students.

As part of military-friendly university, Regent Law is honored to note that 20% of our student body have military connections.

For applicants who are Army Active Duty/Reserve/Guard, please follow the GoArmyEd admissions process if you plan to use Army Tuition Assistance funding.

Congratulations! We are excited to share this important step with you as you pursue your calling and significant career.

Visit for your next steps. You will need to pay your non-refundable seat deposit, complete your enrollment agreement, and submit transcripts to the Office of Admission by July 1.

10:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio
First Place Team, Price Media Law Moot Court Competition, Americas Region, 2016
95% of Third-year Regent Law Students Evaluate Their Experience as 'Excellent' or 'Good'

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