LL.M. in Human Rights Program Requirements

The School of Law welcomes applications from citizens of other countries.

  • Applicants must have a "J.D. equivalent" degree; they must show that their degree qualifies them to practice law in their home country or that they are eligible for licensure.
  • Regarding eligibility Regent University School of Law is not able to certify J.D. equivalency. Applicants wishing to obtain credential evaluation should solicit the services of a recognized agency such as www.wes.org.
  • Applicants whose transcripts are not in English must subscribe to the services of a recognized credential evaluation agency such as www.wes.org.
  • TOEFL - Applicants should submit at minimum one of the following scores on the TOEFL exam: 600 (paper-based), 250 (computer-based) or 100 (internet-based); or
  • IELTS/PTE - You may also submit the following scores in lieu of the TOEFL: 7 (internet-based) on the IELTS exam, or 68 (internet-based) on the PTE Academic exam.
  • Applicants must apply for admission at www.lsac.org to be accepted to the LL.M. program.
  • International applicants must also submit the Supplementary International Application  and other required supporting documentation six months prior to the start date of their program to ensure the most up to date information.  For further instructions, forms, deadline information, and other requirements, visit www.regent.edu/admissions/international.
  • Deadlines are firm. Questions on the law school application may be addressed to lawschool@regent.edu.   For assistance with visa requirements and other international student procedures, please contact the Office of Enrollment Support Services for a prompt response.