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3 Ways Your Law Degree Can Make a Difference

You can apply a law degree to a wide spectrum of careers, whether you want to work for a nonprofit, corporation or even a ministry. Learn more!

September, 3 2019

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

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.

August, 27 2019

God's Presence in Grief

The Regent University community extends love and support to those affected by the recent tragedies in El Paso and Dayton.

August, 5 2019

Regent Law Faculty Achievements - June 2018

June, 11 2018

Regent Law Faculty Achievements - May 2018

May, 31 2018

Regent Law Faculty Achievements - April 2018

April, 30 2018

2017 ACMA Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition

August, 25 2017

Leroy R. Hassell, Sr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition

June, 20 2017

Regent Law Students Complete Competition Season Strong

April, 14 2016

3 Ways Your Law Degree Can Make a Difference

You can apply a law degree to a wide spectrum of careers, whether you want to work for a nonprofit, corporation or even a ministry. Learn more!

September, 3 2019

Homebody, Social Butterfly or Burnout? How Knowing Your Student Type Can Determine Your Collegiate Success

Homebody, Social Butterfly or Burnout? Knowing your student type can determine your collegiate success. Learn how to balance the academic scale!

August, 1 2019

Making Sense of Tragedy; Is It Possible?

June, 7 2019

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Regent University Law Review

The Regent University Law Review is a law student publication that approaches legal issues from a Christian worldview with high standards of excellence. The Law Review provides logically sound, philosophically cogent positions on current and pressing legal concerns that are relevant to the legal community.

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Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy

Founded in 2014, Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy is a Christian academic journal dedicated to scholarly publications on all issues affecting global justice both in domestic and international law. The Journal features articles, notes, case comments, and reviews submitted by prominent scholars, practitioners, and students. In constant pursuit of superior content, the Journal actively solicits manuscripts, both secular and religious, which focus on international law.

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