A top concern of students is finding a job after law school. Regent Law understand 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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Bar Passage Rates
Over the last four years (2010-2013), Regent’s nationwide first-time bar takers (all states) passed at an average rate of 81.13%.
- 97.2% of our graduates who had an LSAT score above 160 passed the bar exam on their first attempt.
- 92.3% of our graduates who had an LSAT score above 155 passed the bar exam on their first attempt.
- 87.3% of our graduates who had an LSAT score above 150 passed the bar exam on their first attempt.
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).
Regent Law Student Employment & Summer Internships
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:
- Virginia Supreme Court Justice S. Bernard Goodwyn: Job Searching in Today's Economy
- 1L Resume Blitz
- Resume & Cover Letter Program
- Mock Interview Program with Local Attorneys
- Dress for Success Program
- Speed Networking
- Interviewing Skills Workshop
- "How to Get a Job" Program
- 1L Orientation
- Rules of Engagement for Summer Associates
- Social Networking & Your Job Search
- Professional Development Series
Career Panel Series
- Judicial Clerkship Program
- Solo Practitioner Program
- JAG Corps Programs (Army, Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard)
- Blackstone Fellowship Program
- Judicial Internship Program
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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.