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Hernandez Appointed as Regent University School of Law Dean
Michael Hernandez and Jeffrey Brauch. Bar passage rates were a lackluster 40 percent when Jeffrey A. Brauch
was appointed interim dean of the Regent University School of Law in
1999. Brauch knew a curriculum overhaul was needed to better prepare
students...
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Virginia State Bar President Offers Insight to Regent School of Law Students
Dean Jeffrey Brauch, Kevin Martingayle, and Professor Natt Gantt. While the Virginia State Bar (VSB) exists in part to uphold the
ethical standards of today’s legal professionals, many times the bar of
professionalism is set too low, according to VSB pres...
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Regent University School of Law Ranked No. 6 for Best Moot Court Program
Regent's Moot Court Team. Photo courtesy of Michael Hernandez. Regent University's School of Law has been ranked as the nation's
sixth best Moot Court program out of all American Bar Association (ABA)
accredited law schools in the United States by the Uni...
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Regent University Students Win Second Place at GW Religious Freedom Competition
 Regent Moot Court Team at the GW School  of Law Religious Freedom Moot Court  competition.  Photo courtesy of Tessa Dysart. Regent University School of Law teams are continuing their victorious
arguing streaks at various competitions in the United States....
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Regent University Professor Elected to Virginia Bar Association Pro Bono Council
This January, the Virginia Bar Association (VBA) announced the
election of Regent University School of Law professor, Michael
Hernandez, into the Inaugural Pro Bono Council. The council will advance its efforts
to provide voluntary legal aid to those in ...
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Third-Annual Symposium Explores Rule of Law
In an entertainment era where television shows broadcast extreme unethical conduct as prevalent in the lives and dealings of the nation's policymakers, these fictional scandals are often the norm in many other nations, according to Ernie Walton '11 (School ...
Regent offers many opportunities for students interested in international law and overseas study. Along with the Regent Journal of International Law and an active International Law Society, the law school hosts a number of exciting Study Abroad programs.
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Regent School of Law Announces Wealth Management & Financial Planning
Regent University students will soon be impacting change in the world of personal finance. In the fall 2015, Regent's School of
Law (LAW) will offer a brand new concentration in its M.A. in Law degree
program: Wealth Management & Financial Planning. This ...
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Regent University's School of Law Triumphs In Moot Court Competitions
 Regent's team won first place at the Touro Law Center's National Moot Court Competition. Photo courtesy of Tessa Dysart. This weekend proved to be another successful turn for Regent
University School of Law's moot court competition teams both in the
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Regent University School of Law Hosts the Fourth-Annual Global Justice Symposium
Benjamin Nolot. Just a few weeks ago, box offices around the globe hit shattering
records with the release of a blockbuster film celebrating sex as a form
of submission and entertainment. But on Saturday, Feb. 21, Regent
University's Center for Global Ju...
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Global Symposium to Open at Regent University Feb. 21
Fourth Annual Global Symposium Inoculation occurs when an immunization enters the bloodstream. The
heart pulses the antidote, fortifying the body against the disease. What's true in today's medical culture also holds true in the current
climate of sex in ...
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Faculty Achievements: Week ending December 12, 2014
Professors Natt Gantt and Benjamin Madison ’s
article entitled " The
Emperor Has No Clothes, But Does Anyone Really Care?  How Law Schools Are
Failing To Develop Students' Professional Identities and Practical Judgment " 
is scheduled to appear in the Regen...
Professors Natt Gantt and Benjamin Madison's article entitled "The Emperor Has No Clothes, But Does Anyone Really Care? How Law Schools Are Failing To Develop Students' Professional Identities and Practical Judgment" is scheduled to appear in the Regent Law Symposium issue this spring.
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Faculty Achievements: Week ending November 21, 2014
Professor Eleanor Brown 's
article " Healing
Healthcare Through Tax Reform " was cited in Nicholas Drew, Two
Federally Subsidized Health Insurance Programs Are One Too Many:
Reconsidering the Federal Income Tax Exclusion for Employer-Provided
Health Insuran...
Professor Eleanor Brown's article "Healing Healthcare Through Tax Reform" was cited in Nicholas Drew, Two Federally Subsidized Health Insurance Programs Are One Too Many: Reconsidering the Federal Income Tax Exclusion for Employer-Provided Health Insurance in Light of the Patient Protection and ...
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We couple rigorous scholarship with an emphasis on spiritual integrity, educating a different kind of lawyer uniquely prepared to practice law.

At Regent University School of Law, we believe the eternal principles of truth and justice inform the way we should teach, study, and practice law. Our innovative American Bar Association (ABA) accredited programs are taught by a distinguished faculty that is ranked among the top 10 in the nation by the Princeton Review. We offer a rigorous legal education within the context of a Biblical worldview—recognizing that the legal profession is a call to much higher service.