A top concern of students is finding a job after law school. Regent Law understands that. While you are in law school, career development will be a critical component of your education. From the beginning of the first year of law school, the law school career services office provides you with guidance in the areas of professional development and employment. We host employers on campus and maintain an extensive library of materials—all designed to assist in law student career placement upon graduation. Our alumni practice law in 47 states and overseas, distinguishing themselves as judges and judicial clerks, partners and associates in law firms, or mayors and legislators. We can't wait to hear your Regent Law success story!
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Over the last four years (2010-2013), Regent’s nationwide first-time bar takers (all states) passed at an average rate of 81.13%.
The national average for all first-time takers for all states is 77% according to the most recent available data from The Bar Examiner (Volume 82, Number 1, March 2013).
The law school career services office offers a variety of panels, workshops, and informational sessions to assist students in all aspects of their career search and preparation. Regent Law is committed to preparing you for the important task of finding a job after law school. Past programs include:
Andrew Kartchner, '13
Law Clerk to the Honorable Gail A. Randall, Administrative Law Judge
U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration
“I make it my personal mission to show the legal world that Regent offers a top-notch legal education and produces lawyers who are highly skilled in their profession and have integrity in their conduct. My goal is to inspire every attorney, judge, and client I meet to seek out Regent alumni when they are looking to hire a lawyer.”
Kristen Jurjevich, JD '10
Associate Attorney, Business Law and Litigation, Pender & Coward Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Virginia Beach, Virginia
“Regent really prepares students to face the legal field’s constant changes. The professors teach you how to research. Even though I never took business law classes that might be helpful now, I’ve been given the tools to find the answers I need.”
E. Todd Wilkowski, JD '98
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Baker Concrete Construction, Inc.
“I was absolutely impressed with Regent and the caliber of people I met. There’s an amazing spirit about Regent when you walk on the campus. You just feel God’s peace there. Unlike other law schools, there is no ‘zero sum’ mentality. At Regent, students encourage each other to do their best and fully prepare to fulfill their vocation rather than compete against each other.”
Teresa Hammons, JD ‘88
Presiding Judge, Virginia Beach General District Court
Virginia Beach, Virginia
“I would put Regent up against the finest law schools. Regent provided me with a top-notch legal education. Quality academic instruction is required of any law school, but Regent went a step further by providing faculty and staff who genuinely cared for and supported the students.”
Regent University School of Law firmly expects that employers will observe the principles of non-discrimination and equal opportunity with respect to classifications protected by law, in regard to hiring, promotion, retention, and conditions of employment.