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School of Law Centers

Center for Advocacy

Regent University School of Law’s Center for Advocacy trains students in the legal skills of negotiation, trial advocacy, and appellate advocacy, developing competition teams that are among the top teams in the nation.

Regent Law’s advocacy teams have won more than 60 national and regional championships, best brief, and best oralist awards.

View a complete list of team wins here in addition to recent highlights below.

2013 National Moot Court Competition (NMCC) Regional Competition Championship

2012 NMCC Regional Competition Championship
2012 ABA Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition Regional Championship
2010 National Black Law Students Association International Negotiation Competition Championship
2010 Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition Regional Championship
2009 National Pretrial Competition Championship

 

Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform

The Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform is committed to developing students’ professional identities.

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Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law

Are you passionate about human trafficking, human rights, and want to end global injustice? Regent Law students, alumni, and faculty refuse to turn a blind eye to the overt injustices endured by human beings at home and abroad.

Our Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law provides students with classroom training, funded international internships, and clinical opportunities, which allow them to serve as advocates for the oppressed around the world.

 

American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ)

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) is one of our nation's most influential public interest law firms.

Headed by Chief Counsel Dr. Jay Sekulow, the ACLJ operates on the Regent campus, providing law students with unparalleled opportunities to participate in current religious and civil liberties cases.

Law students also have the opportunity to enroll in elective courses taught by Dr. Sekulow, including a seminar on recent Supreme Court cases and a course in Supreme Court History. Other ACLJ attorneys also teach as part of the ACLJ academic concentration.

 

Cross & Gavel

Cross & Gavel is a comprehensive resource for Christian lawyers and law students who believe that faith is central to law practice and study.

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