Regent Law student publications offer students the opportunity to hone their writing and editing skills while enhancing their knowledge of the legal field by serving with a law student publication. The Regent University Law Review and the Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy examine the role Christian values play in today's most pressing legal issues. Learn more about each Regent Law student publication below.
The Regent University Law Review is a law student publication that approaches legal issues from a Christian worldview with high standards of excellence. The Law Review provides logically sound, philosophically cogent positions on current and pressing legal concerns that are relevant to the legal community.
Founded in 2014, Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy is a Christian academic journal dedicated to scholarly publications on all issues affecting global justice both in domestic and international law. The Journal features articles, notes, case comments, and reviews submitted by prominent scholars, practitioners, and students. In constant pursuit of superior content, the Journal actively solicits manuscripts, both secular and religious, which focus on international law.