Meet the Bloggers
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3L Stephanie Hartman talks about her experience as a Regent Law blogger and how it enriched
her law school experience.
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|Regent Law in the News
Click here to keep up with all the latest news happening at Regent University School of Law!
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Professor Lynne Marie Kohm brings a servant leadership model of family preservation and restoration to the practice of family law.
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| Regent Law Students & Alumni Blog
Read the stories of Regent Law students and alumni.
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|Law Library Blog
A library represents a place of knowledge and information. But what if you need information about the library itself? Look no further.
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|Regent Law Student Organizations
Updates and information about the student organizations at Regent Law.
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This blog features Professor Scott Pryor’s occasional and idiosyncratic views of law, culture, and tradition, not necessarily in that order.
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Regent Law Photo Blog
Photos, videos, interviews, and profiles of our Regent family.
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|Global Justice Updates
Follow our summer interns who are located around the globe as they serve on the ground with human rights organizations and ministries.
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What does it mean to be "called" to the legal profession? Or, can a Christian really be a lawyer?
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|Admissions on the Road
Want to learn more about Regent University School of Law? Click here to find out when our dedicated Admissions team will be coming to a city near you!
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A companion blog to the Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform, whose goal is to produce lawyers who have an understanding of the nature and purpose of the legal profession and are committed to the ethical practice of law.
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