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Law Wins: Regent University School of Law Recognized by The Princeton Review, Law Students Victorious in Moot Court Competitions

Virginia Beach, VA (March 13, 2020) – Recently, the Regent University School of Law was included on The Princeton Review’s “Best Law Schools 2020” listing. Specifically, Regent Law was ranked in the Top 5 in the Nation for Professors Interesting (Teaching), taking fifth position; in the Top 10 in the Nation for Professors’ Accessibility, tied …

Justice Sam Alito Teaches Regent Law Students in Washington, D.C.

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Samuel A. Alito Jr. taught 16 Regent University School of Law students during a special three-day jurisprudence seminar titled “Select Issues in Constitutional Interpretation.” The seminar, held at the National Center for State Courts in Washington, D.C., took place on January 13-15, 2020. Alito, who …

Regent University Law Wins Stetson National Pretrial Competition for the Second Year in a Row

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (October 17, 2019) – For the second year in a row, Regent University School of Law‘s Trial Advocacy Board won the Stetson National Pretrial Competition in Gulfport, Florida. The competition, which took place October 10-13, brought 16 invited teams together from law schools around the country, including Texas Tech and Chapman, to …

Why Should I Earn a College Degree While in the Military?

By Brett Tubbs Serving in the military is an “all-in” feat. More than “just a job,” military service is a lifestyle. Wondering whether pursuing a college education fits in? Here’s the thing: Getting your bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree says that you’re betting on yourself and your future. You’re already disciplined in the art of …

How Can I Earn My College Degree While Deployed?

By Brett Tubbs Getting a degree while serving active duty in the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, the National Guard or Special Forces is an impressive goal on many fronts. You’re already living out an incredible mission: serving your nation, and keeping your homeland safe and secure. Now you’re thinking about continuing your education while …

J.D. vs. M.A. in Law: The Nitty Gritty

“Law.” Does the word conjure images of courtrooms and crime shows? (Queue the “Da Dum” of NBC’s Law and Order.) If you’re thinking about going into the field of law, you’ll be happy to know there’s a lot you can do with a law degree. That isn’t to say, however, that all law degrees are …

3 Ways Your Law Degree Can Make a Difference

Not all law degree programs will land you in a courtroom. You can apply a law degree to a wide spectrum of careers, whether you want to work in the nonprofit sector, for a corporation, a municipality or civil works center, even a ministry. Here are three ways a law degree could help make a …

Chapel at Regent University to be Dedicated to Jack E. Shaw and Jane L. Shaw in Ceremony on August 28

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (August 27, 2019) – On Wednesday, August 28, Regent University will dedicate its chapel to businessman, investor and philanthropist Jack E. Shaw, and his wife Jane L. Shaw, from Greenville, South Carolina. A campus-wide ceremony will be held to celebrate the newly named Shaw Chapel. “Jack Shaw has been a dear friend …

 

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