Law school rated No. 1

COURT — Law students take their profession seriously by studying hard. Photo credit: Ana Campbell

Liberty has the top school for devout Christians The National Jurist magazine ranked Liberty University as the No. 1 law school out of 52 schools for devout students of major religions Jan. 10. The magazine stated it considered the integration of faith, faculty and staff, student body and program of …

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Entertainment Law Society kicks off

The Liberty University Sports and Entertainment Law Society held its inaugural meeting at Liberty’s School of Law, April 19. Attendees had the opportunity to hear from several individuals who were influential in the making of “Day of War,” a film based on Cliff Graham’s book of the same title about …

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Ode to Tocqueville

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President of national conservative think-tank urges return to democracy characterized by civil society The Liberty University School of Law hosted its first Speakers’ Forum of the semester on Wednesday, Sept. 28, and invited students and citizens to listen in as the featured speaker, Edwin Feulner, the president of the Heritage …

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Law students awarded for nonprofit service

Honored service — Rachel Hepkins was one of 5 Liberty students awarded the $1,000 stipend for their public service work. Photo provided

Rachel Hepkins was one of five Liberty Law students awarded a $1,000 stipend from the Virginia Law Foundation (VLF) as part of its mission to support public service internships throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Hepkins, a third year law student, spent her summer working at the Refugee and Immigration Services …

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