Regent Law Alumni
Regent University School of Law graduates work for State Supreme Court Justices and in prominent firms nationwide. They’re making an impact in 46 states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign nations.
Regent Law alumni understand that being true counselors of law is about more than their salaries and job titles. Many have chosen to make their contribution by working as legal rights advocates and helping the less fortunate. Graduates like Shaheryar Gill, LL.M. '09, serve as attorneys for organizations such as the American Center for Law and Justice.
Others work for the Home School Legal Defense Association, the Alliance Defending Freedom, and the National Family Legal Foundation. Other alumni enter the corporate sector or launch their own firms. Todd Wilkowski, J.D. '98, is general counsel for Baker Concrete, the nation’s largest concrete construction company, and Justin Bush, J.D. '05, co-founded a firm in 2014.
No matter where they serve, Regent graduates fulfill their callings by using the skills they gained at Regent Law to support their clients.
View a sampling of our alumni employment.
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Bradley Knox, J.D. ‘94
Vice President and Counsel, Aflac
B.S., Oral Roberts University
“Some of my best experiences came wrapped in circumstances I wasn’t expecting. When making career decisions, think broadly and be open to non-traditional opportunities. Mentally prepare for lots of ‘no’s’, but remember: God has a plan for you.”
Facts and Statistics
Practice Area Distribution
*Chart reflects the practice areas of all graduates known to be employed.