Naming a Law School Center
Regent Law invites you to be a part of the work it is doing through its three incredible centers.
The Center for Global Justice began in 2010, and continues to make a global impact. Students partner with other international organizations and the Center’s leaders to bring the rule of law and justice to a world that desperately needs them.
The Robertson Center for Constitutional Law, named after M.G. “Pat” Robertson, promotes first principles in constitutional law by pairing scholarship with advocacy. Since it opened in 2020, it has played a supporting role in numerous high-profile Supreme Court cases, including Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and Fulton v. City of Philadelphia.
The Center for Professional Formation, originally named the Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform, celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2023. Led by Professor Benjamin V. Madison III, the Center has been a trailblazer in studying and teaching on the formation of character in the lives of lawyers. The Center also oversees a dynamic mentoring program pairing practicing attorneys with law students.
All three centers at Regent Law School have exciting naming opportunities that could transform and multiply the impact that each has. If you are interested in a naming opportunity for any of the law school centers, please contact the Office of Law Advancement to learn how you can support the law school in this work.
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