Center for Law & Government

Former Virginia congressman Robert Hurt serves as Vice President of Liberty University and as Director of the new Center for Law & Government.

In collaboration with Liberty’s School of Law and Helms School of Government, the Center for Law & Government will be a state and national stage for the free exchange of ideas and the robust debate of issues of national and state importance. In addition, the center will harness broad expertise in promoting public policy that is consistent with those fundamental principles of American freedom: self-government, free enterprise, and the rule of law. Finally, the center will ensure that every Liberty student graduates with a full appreciation for our Constitution and for the value of our freedom - and will be prepared to engage in a new generation of American statesmanship.

Read more about the Center for Law & Government in the Liberty Journal and Hurt's editorial entitled "Liberty promotes studies in preserving American freedom" published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.


In the News:

Congressional leaders meet with Liberty students, alumni in Washington, D.C.

By Tobi Walsh Laukaitis/Liberty University News Service

Despite a busy day on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, a U.S. senator and several congressional leaders took time to speak to more than 50 Liberty University students, alumni, faculty, and staff during a reception held in the Cannon House Office Building.

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Events:

Videos from Constitution Week 2017

 

Streaming Self-Government

In an effort to promote civic engagement, the Center for Law & Government is pleased to work with our local governments to provide citizens with the most convenient access to their important legislative sessions.

Livestreams from the Bedford County Administration Office


Debate for Governor

Thursday, April 13
Center for Music and the Worship Arts Concert Hall
Event map

Watch the Debate


Streaming from Liberty University Facebook