Regent University's Christian law program brings together rigorous academics and Christian values. At our law school in Virginia, you will find a challenging program, top-ranked faculty and a caring community all designed to equip you for success in your calling to become a lawyer. The full-time program is structured so that students will graduate in three calendar years by enrolling in courses in the fall and spring semesters.
All first-year law classes meet during the morning and afternoon hours. Classes taken during the second and third years of law school may meet in the day or the evening. Students enrolled in the full-time program are generally in classes Monday through Friday.
The American Bar Association accreditation standards limit students who are taking more than 12 credit hours to 20 hours of outside work per week while classes are in session.
(16 credit hours)
Christian Foundations of Law
Civil Procedure I
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing I
(15 credit hours)
Civil Procedure II
Legal Analysis, Research & Writing II