Want to take your legal education one step further? Earn your degree at an academically excellent and competitive law school!

JD Program

Regent University School of Law offers 3-year, part-time, and accelerated Juris Doctor programs. Our bar passage rates place us among the best in the nation, and our internationally recognized faculty and robust  advocacy skills training program will equip you with knowledge of the law in key areas and provide strategic bar exam preparation for licensing in any jurisdiction across the country.* Regent Law students are uniquely equipped to practice law with honesty, integrity, and Christian values.

MA Program

The Regent University Master of Arts in Law program is designed for working students who wish to study law for professional advancement and for those seeking a practical academic credential to increase their career marketability. Your education will be grounded in foundational legal contexts and taught through a Christian worldview, so you can better understand the laws that affect your career.

LLM in Human Rights

Awarded an A+ for Best Value by The International Jurist (2017), the Master of Laws in Human Rights program provides an advanced understanding of international, regional, and domestic human rights protection from a biblical perspective. Through rigorous coursework, you will learn the origins of the modern international human rights movement, as well as its legal and philosophical basis. This human rights degree is ideal for attorneys with a passion for change, who want to combine their legal education and Christian values to make a lasting difference.

LLM in American Legal Studies

Awarded an A+ for Best Value by The International Jurist (2017), the Master of Laws in American Legal Studies program is designed for graduates of accredited institutions outside the United States who have already earned a JD-equivalent law degree and want to pursue studies in American law. With this challenging degree, you will learn about the influence of American law, policy, and government around the globe—a necessary skill for international lawyers. If allowed by the administering jurisdiction, you may be qualified to sit for the bar examination in one or more states in the United States.