Regent University School of Law graduates Regent LAW alumni who took the test ranked over other law schools in the state including University of Virginia, George Mason University, and University of Richmond. Read more: http://regentlawnews.blogspot.com/2017/10/regent-university-school-of-law-ranks.html
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Professor L. O. Natt Gantt, II, serves as associate dean of academic affairs and co-director of the Center for Ethical Formation & Legal Education Reform. Gantt received his A.B. in psychology and political science, summa cum laude, from Duke University; his J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School; and his M.Div., summa cum laude, from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
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Panel 1: Mental Health Within the Legal Profession John Berry, Esq., Florida Bar’s Legal Division Director Leonard Heath, Esq., President of the Virginia State Bar James Leffler, MS LPC, Clinical Director of Lawyers Helping Lawyers Mark C. Palmer, Esq., Professionalism Counsel for the Illinois Supreme Court
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On Friday, March 1, Mark Martin, the former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, became dean of Regent Law. Learn more: https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2019/march/regent-university-welcomes-nc-supreme-court-chief-justice-as-new-law-school-dean
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On Monday, October 29, 2018, The Regent Law Federalist Society hosted a question and answer forum with Nadine Strossen, Professor at NYU, Former Youngest and First Woman President of the ACLU. Federalist Society President Brandan Goodwin (’18) introduced Ms. Strossen, who then answered questions presented by Regent Law Professor Brad Jacob, and then took questions from the audience.
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As an attorney, Regent School of Law alumna Cassandra Hargrave (McLauchlin) (‘07) seeks justice and encourages the oppressed for those who don’t have a voice of their own. Before she begins her work, she prays over each case – and that, she says, makes all the difference.
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Regent Law grad Barrett Luxjoh (’13) recently spoke to Professor Ben Madison’s State Civil Pretrial Practice and Procedure class. Mr. Luxjoh answered several questions from Professor Madison. He then took questions from students. As a former Regent Law student, Mr. Luxjoh was familiar with CEFLER’s mentoring program, which pairs Regent Law students with lawyers and judges from across the country. Mr. Luxjoh strongly encouraged students to get a mentor. In this video, he explains that a mentor is critical for development as an attorney and that attorneys have to rely on more than a set of rules, but a moral compass, when they practice law.