Why Regent Law?
Regent University School of Law offers a rigorous ABA-accredited curriculum taught in the context of a Christian worldview by faculty who are deeply committed to students’ success.
Future lawyers who see law as a calling receive comprehensive training in advocacy skills and learn how a Biblical worldview influences legal theory and practice.
Our students are very satisfied with their educational experience.
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From business and corporate law to constitutional law and human rights, our programs will prepare you to practice with excellence in whatever area of the law is your calling.
|Accelerated Two-Year J.D. Program
Earn the same traditional J.D. in two years, saving time and living expenses.
|Center for Global Justice
Leverage the rule of law in ending human rights abuses with funded international internships and comprehensive programming.
|Online LL.M. in American Legal Studies
International attorneys who wish to be trained in American law can study on-campus or online.
|Center for Ethical Formation and Legal Reform
Develop the ethical framework necessary to achieve the highest standards of competence and professionalism.
|Center for Advocacy
Receive exceptional training in legal research and writing, negotiation, trial, and appellate advocacy.
Select students enjoy exclusive academic and community experiences.
Regent Univeristy School of Law opened its doors in 1986. Twenty-five years later, the school had more than 2,700 alumni practicing law in 47 states and overseas, distinguishing themselves as judges and judicial clerks, partners and associates in law firms, mayors and legislators, and in positions with government agencies and public interest organizations.
This video was made for part or 25th Anniversary Celebration (Sept. 23-25, 2011).
Our mission is to provide an excellent legal education from a Christian perspective, to nurture and encourage our students toward spiritual maturity, and to engage the world through Christian legal thought and practice.