Law school student government organizations allow students to serve fellow classmates while fostering leadership skills and encouraging community development. These organizations also offer an excellent pathway for professional development in law school. In addition to the skills students learn in the classroom, student involvement in law school organizations is a key component of the academic experience.
The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the law school student government organization tasked with governing the Regent University School of Law. It provides representative leadership to the university and features occasions for social outings and ministry opportunities.
Council of Graduate Students (COGS) is the governing student council for graduate students at Regent University. COGs encourages an excellent learning environment and fosters ideas between the student body and administration. COGS also encourages community development and student involvement in law school by sponsoring chapel services, intramural sports, the annual Christmas Ball and other events.