Law Launches New Scholarship Initiative
By Brett Wilson | April 2, 2014
In order to provide an affordable legal education for students seeking a rigorous academic experience, Regent University School of Law is beginning a new scholarship initiative for students entering the program for the fall 2014 semester.
This year, first-year law students with a 3.6 cumulative grade point average from their respective undergraduate schools combined with an LSAT score of 157 or higher will receive a full-tuition award.
While other law schools around the nation are offering similar tuition benefits for incoming first-year students, Regent School of Law is one of the few schools offering a full-ride to its most accomplished future lawyers.
Regent's law program also focuses on rigorous academic training programs—such as the Integrated Lawyer Training (ILT) and the Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law—that prepare students for success in the courtroom as well as the classroom.
"As we look to train the next generation of principled leaders, we are making it financially possible for those future leaders to join us," said Jeffrey Brauch, dean of the School of Law.
According to Brauch, students who choose Regent Law will also discover a Christ-centered environment, and a supportive community of students and professors.
Students receiving the full-tuition benefit as they enter Regent in the fall will also be admitted into Regent Law's Honors Program and enjoy exclusive academic and professional experiences.
Honors Program students have secured clerkships and internships at the Supreme Courts of Texas and Virginia, United States federal district courts, state courts of appeal and trial courts, various U.S. Attorney's offices, the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps, the FBI, and private firms and organizations nationwide.
Learn more about Regent University School of Law and the Honors Program.
Mindy Hughes, Public Relations
Phone: 757.352.4095 Fax: 757.352.4888
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