LL.M. Programs

Lina Sophat '11, Regent Graduate
James Davids,
Associate Professor & Director
of Regent Law LL.M. programs

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Lina Sophat '11, Regent Graduate

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Regent University School of Law's LL.M. programs offer students a rigorous post-JD academic experience from a uniquely Christian perspective. Students benefit from a competitive cost of study, an excellent faculty of Christian legal scholars, and flexible online program options (applies to the LL.M. in American Legal Studies).

LL.M. in American Legal Studies
On Campus or Online

American law is now the common currency of business transactions worldwide, influencing law, policy and government around the globe. Regent Law’s on campus and online LL.M. in American Legal Studies meets the needs of international attorneys who wish to be trained in American law. On-campus students normally complete their studies in one academic year (two semesters). Online students receive the same rigorous education from Regent, recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a leader in online education. Online students typically complete the program in two to three years.
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LL.M. in Human Rights
On Campus

The LL.M. in Human Rights is designed for lawyers who desire advanced

legal education regarding international, regional, and domestic human

rights protection and promotion from a biblical perspective. Students

normally complete their studies in one academic year (two semesters). 
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