March 2014-- Liberty Law was one of 21 universities and colleges in the United States to receive an A or higher in the list of best schools for practical training, placing it in the top 10 percent of all law schools in the nation. (The National Jurist)
Winter 2013-- PreLaw magazine, a National Jurist publication, ranked Liberty Law number one (of the 52 religiously affiliated law schools) as most devout Christian law school.
November 2012—The National Jurist reported Liberty Law’s Ehrhorn Law Library as ranking 2nd among law schools for the library service level provided to students. Liberty Law provides one librarian for every 29 students.
February 2012—The National Jurist and Pre-Law Magazine reported that Liberty Law ranks in the top 15% of 200 law schools regarding bar passage in relation to LSAT scores.
In December 2011, Liberty University School of Law was recognized by "The National Jurist" magazine as ranked fifth in the nation for law schools best at preparing students for public service employment in the field of government.
In March 2011, Liberty University School of Law was ranked fifth in the nation when it made US News and World Report’s list of the most popular law schools among law applicants.
In 2011, US News and World Report ranked Liberty University School of Law in the top 17% in the nation for placing students in Article III Federal Judicial Clerkships.
In August 2011, at the American Bar Association’s annual meeting in Toronto, Liberty University School of Law was named number two in the nation for V.I.T.A. (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance).
October 2008—The National Jurist ranked Liberty University School of Law at 3rd in the nation as one of the 50 most generous ABA-accredited law schools based on the ratio of how much in grants and scholarships, compared to tuition, is awarded to their students. Liberty Law provides 51.2 percent.