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Liberty Law Alum Promoted to Partner at Roanoke Firm

January 06, 2015

A Liberty University School of Law alumni was recently made a partner at Roanoke law firm Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, LLP.   Justin Lugar, who earned his Juris Doctorate from Liberty in 2008, is a trial attorney in the firm’s Criminal...

Liberty Law Alum Featured in Health Article from UVA

December 11, 2014

Our God is one of second chances and miracles. Raeann Osborne, a 2013 graduate from Liberty University School of Law who passed the West Virginia Bar Exam on her first attempt, is a living example of the truth that where God calls, He provides a way.   According...

Liberty Law Alumni Admitted to Virginia Bar

December 05, 2014

Eighteen alumni from Liberty University School of Law were sworn in as new members of the Virginia State Bar on Wednesday. The newly-admitted Virginia attorneys join 32 of their colleagues who also recently passed the bar exam in 16 other states.   The...

New Liberty Legal Journal Highlights Christians' Role in Government

November 24, 2014

What does law have to do with Jesus’ “Great Commission?” How can one use the business sector to spread the Gospel? What is a Christian’s duty in honoring the God-appointed government versus attempting to bring down a corrupt regime? Those...

Liberty Law Teams Continue to Succeed

November 17, 2014

Liberty University School of Law teams continue to excel  in competition. The trial team took a top-four finish in the Carolinas Invitational Mock Trial Tournament and the alternative dispute resolution team placed fifth in the American Bar Association’s...

President Announces Dean Mathew Staver's Resignation

October 20, 2014

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell announced the resignation of Liberty University School of Law Dean Mathew Staver on Monday during the university’s All-Faculty Meeting, honoring him for his more than eight years of service. Falwell...

Liberty Law Competition Teams See Success

October 17, 2014

Teams from Liberty University School of Law turned in solid performances in competitions last weekend, taking second place in a national moot court tournament and fourth place in a national negotiation competition. Zach Hurt and Justin Reddington...

Trial Team Invited to National Civil Trial Competition

October 15, 2014

The Liberty University School of Law Trial Team is only three years old, but the program is getting a shot to showcase its talents at one of the country’s top advocacy competitions. Professor Pamela Bell, Director of the Center for Trial Advocacy...