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Regent University School of Law Unveils Robertson Center for Constitutional Law

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 4, 2020) – Regent University School of Law is pleased to announce the opening of the Robertson Center for Constitutional Law. The Robertson Center for Constitutional Law will leverage the expertise of faculty, students, and its global network of alumni and legal experts to promote freedom of speech, separation of powers, …

Regent Law Announces Record-Breaking Employment Rate and Highest Clerkship Rate in Virginia

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (May 28, 2020) – Regent University School of Law is pleased to announce the highest employment percentage in the school’s history – landing at 95% for the class of 2019. This percentage is based on the National Association for Law Placement (NALP) 10-month employment calculation. Additionally, a record-breaking 24.6% of 2019 graduates …

Regent University Launches Regent Stories Campaign to Feature Remarkable Alumni

The most popular movie genre in North America is adventure. The highest grossing film franchise and series worldwide is Marvel Cinematic Universe.* We all love stories of courage and making a world of difference. With more than 27,000 alumni and counting, Regent University is in the business of training and empowering world changers. We are …

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 Top 5 in the Nation for Teaching (Interesting Professors), Top 7 in the Nation for Professors’ Accessibility, and Top 35 in the Nation for Academic …

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 …

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 …

 

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