The Regent Law Difference
A Higher Call
At Regent University School of Law, we believe the eternal principles of truth and justice inform the way we should teach, study, and practice law. Our innovative American Bar Association (ABA) accredited programs are taught by a distinguished faculty that is ranked among the top 10 in the nation by The Princeton Review. We offer a rigorous legal education within the context of a Biblical worldview—recognizing that the legal profession is a call to much higher service.
From our holistic Integrated Lawyer Training program to clinical opportunities, externships, and academic centers, our students have the advantage of experiencing hands-on legal work while pursuing their legal studies. Regent Law alumni, who secure jobs in private practice, judicial clerkships, government and corporate positions, and public service organizations, are employed at rates that are competitive with the national average. Eighty-three percent of the class of 2013 was employed within nine months of graduation, with 82% of those jobs requiring a J.D.
And as for campus life, you can expect a true community where students from diverse backgrounds come together, united by their legal calling and desire to make a lasting difference, which is one reason The Princeton Review has recognized Regent Law as a Top-10 for "Best Quality of Life."
Are you called to something nobler, something greater?
"Top 10 Faculty in the Nation"
2013 Princeton Review
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Regent University School of Law opened its doors in 1986. More than 25 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 the 25th Anniversary Celebration, which was held from September 23—25, 2011.