Continued enrollment in the School of Law is contingent upon student adherence to the following:
- Course Evaluations
- Examsoft Website (for students who desire to type their final exams)
- Regent Law Course Descriptions
- Regent University Catalog
- Areas of Concentration
- Certificate of Advising
- Online Forms
- Lockers in Robertson Hall
In order to graduate, students must complete all the degree requirements published in the course catalog. Students are subject to the degree requirements listed in the catalog for the year during which the student first enrolls. However, students who withdraw and are later readmitted to the law school will be bound by the requirements in effect at the time of their readmission.
- Elective Course Rotation Schedule
- Fall 2013 Course Schedule
- Fall 2013 Exam Schedule
- Spring 2014 Course Schedule
- Spring 2014 Exam Schedule
- Summer 2014 Course Schedule
- Summer 2014 Exam Schedule
Student Weekly Announcements are sent out from Mary Bunch in the Dean's office each Friday afternoon. Archived announcements can be found in The Law Student Online Community.
To access the community, log in to Blackboard and find "Law School Student Community" listed under your courses.
New Student Orientation (1L Students Only)
August 12-15, 2013
Law Student/Faculty Retreat (ALL Students)
January 23, 2014
Part II of Orientation (1L full-time and 2L part-time students only)
Professionalism Program (1L Students Only):
February 5, 2014
Presented by the Virginia State Bar to all Virginia law schools.
Mandatory Events Requirements
If you missed any of the mandatory events this academic year, you are required to watch a video (posted in Blackboard) of the event and certify that you have complied. Below is also a link to the honors certification form which must be filled out, signed by you, and returned to RH223. All missed event videos must be watched, and the form returned to us in a timely fashion to avoid placement of a hold on your student account. This HOLD will not be removed until you have fully complied with these requirements.
Reservation of the Right to Modify
Regent University has attempted to provide information, which, at the time of preparation for publication, most accurately described policies, procedures, regulations and requirements of the university. However, the documents referenced on this web site do not establish contractual relationships. The university reserves the right to alter or change any statement contained within them without prior notice.