If you are interested in a law school with a proven record of producing practice-ready, purpose-driven graduates who impact the world, consider Regent Law. Of the more than 200 fully accredited law schools in the United States, Regent Law offers a unique combination of a Christ-centered mission, a first-rate faculty and academic program, and high levels of student satisfaction.
The Regent Law faculty is ranked in the top 10 of all American law schools, by The Princeton Review, alongside schools such as Chicago, Virginia, Stanford, Duke, and Washington & Lee. While our faculty members have extensive practice experience and have published several leading law treatises, what truly sets them apart is their commitment, as Christian legal scholars, to integrate faith thoroughly in and outside the classroom and to mentor the next generation of lawyers.
Our curriculum lays a foundation of first principles of law, the Western Legal and Common Law traditions, and American Constitutionalism, equipping students with the contemporary knowledge base and practical skills necessary to thrive in any law-related discipline. Furthermore, our Integrated Lawyer Training, innovative Honors Program, and academic centers prepare our graduates to impact lives through the law field of their choice. As notable measures of the quality of our academic program, Regent Law ranks 8th in the nation for its moot court program and ranks in the top 25% of all law schools for graduates obtaining judicial clerkships.
I invite you to learn more about the Regent Law difference. If you are ready to be challenged, stretched, equipped, and sent out to impact the world like our 3,000+ alumni who practice law across the U.S. and in more than 20 countries, we welcome you to become a lifelong member of the Regent Law team.
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Regent University School of Law opened its doors in 1986. Nearly 30 years later, the school has more than 2,700 alumni practicing law in 47 states and overseas, distinguishing themselves as judges and judicial clerks, partners and associates in law firms, mayors and legislators, and in positions with government agencies and public interest organizations.