Regent Law’s Honors Program provides exclusive academic and professional experiences to select entering students and those who have performed near the top of their first-year law school class. Participants take select classes with other high-performing students and enjoy a higher level of in-class engagement. Honors Program classes are smaller than those at most law schools, which affords faculty members more opportunity to engage students. Honors Program students also enjoy greater curricular flexibility by having fewer required courses during the second and third year.
As a student in the JD Honors Program, you will:
Along with all Regent Law students, you also may:
How do I get into the Honors Program?
Admitted incoming students with the following minimum LSAT/UGPA are offered admission to the Honors Program:
Admitted incoming students with an LSAT of 155 and above and other strong academic indicators may also be considered for admission to the Honors Program.
Rising second-year students can enter the Honors Program by finishing in the top 25 percent of their class at the end of the first year of law school. All students must maintain a law school GPA of 3.0 to continue in the Honors Program.