Life Demands Action
At Liberty, law is taught from a distinctively Christian worldview, which makes Liberty unique from other law schools.
Liberty University School of Law exists to equip future leaders in law with a superior legal education in fidelity to the Christian faith expressed through the Holy Scriptures.
Through the integration of faith and reason, students learn to advocate for truth and justice in every facet of the legal profession and can choose from one of eleven areas of concentration. By the time Liberty Law students graduate, they are prepared to defend Christian values and protect our God-given inalienable rights.
"At Liberty University School of Law, we believe that the practice of law is a calling to serve others in a noble profession. After completing our practice-ready program, you will be prepared to enter the profession and make an impact on your community, nation, and the world. Liberty Law sets you on the path to a successful future, no matter where your career leads." - B. Keith Faulkner, Dean
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2016 Entering Class Demographics
- Virginia Residents: 39%
- Total Student Body: 168
- 24.59Average Age
2016 Entering Class LSAT Percentiles
2016 Entering Class GPA Percentiles
Liberty University School of Law is committed to preparing the next generation of Christian lawyers to impact every field of law. Liberty Law offers 11 certificates of concentration, including business law, criminal justice, family and juvenile law, international law, constitutional law, and advocacy.
Through our comprehensive Lawyering Skills program, students become adept at core skills crucial to attorneys regardless of the area of law and are prepared to practice in law firms, corporations, judicial clerkships, government agencies, and more.
- Admission application, which includes a personal statement
- Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
- Two letters of recommendation and/or evaluations
Qualifications for Admissions to the Bar
In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.