About Regent Law is a great place to start learning about our rigorous academic programs and Christian mission.
There you'll find our FAQs along with employment, bar passage, and financial aid stats.
Applying to Regent Law takes you step-by-step through the application and financial aid process.
Visit our Academics section for a thorough breakdown of full-time and part-time program curricula and course requirements.
Click here for Regent Law's current ABA Consumer Information profile.
- At Regent Law the J.D. can be earned through 2 year, 2.5 year, 3 year, and part-time program options. Students in the 2-year accelerated program save time and living expenses by taking courses during the summer and increasing their fall/spring credit hours. Students in the full-time program normally complete the J.D. in three years. Students in the part-time program normally complete the J.D. in four years.
- Our academic Honors Program provides select students who are entering law school or have performed at the top of their law school class with exclusive academic and community experiences in areas integral to becoming Christian lawyers and Christian leaders.
- Regent University School of Law’s on campus or online LL.M. in American Legal Studies meets the need for international attorneys who wish to be trained in American law.
After you submit your law school application via LSAC's e-app service, you will be emailed a login and pin to access to a Regent online application status check (individual application documents take about 10 days to post). Decisions are made on a rolling basis, typically within 2-3 weeks from the date an application is complete.
We encourage all applicants to visit our campus to gain an in-depth look at Regent Law. Take a look at our campus visitation schedule to attend one of our planned events, or contact email@example.com to arrange an alternate date to visit.