Welcome to Liberty University School of Law.
Your decision about which law school to attend is an all-important one. Law schools are not alike. As you become acquainted with Liberty University School of Law, you will see what sets it apart from the rest.
Some of Liberty’s initiatives in legal education, particularly to prepare you for practice, are unrivaled anywhere. We are unapologetic in our Christian worldview. Our rigorous curriculum integrates this
worldview with valuable practice skills and bar preparation.
The law school admissions process is competitive and can be challenging. The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is here to see you through the process. See our links, below, and please let us know how we may assist you.
The Offices of Admissions and Financial Aid
To schedule visits, and for admission and law school information:
Admissions Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org 434-592-5300
For questions about your application:
Associate Director of Admissions, Joleen Thaxton, 434-592-5300
For financial aid, scholarship, and debt-management matters:
Coordinator of Financial Aid, Michelle Phelps 434-592-5300
Liberty University, as permitted by federal regulation [34 CFR 668.41], electronically disseminates consumer information including: The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act information. Upon request, the institution will provide a free paper copy. Anyone signing or processing financial aid forms or seeking information or assistance at Liberty University must read, understand, and comply with the requirements disclosed which are available 24 hours a day at www.liberty.edu/consumerinfo.
In compliance with ABA regulations, the following links are provided to disclose consumer information such as enrollment data, attrition rates, bar passage data, and faculty/administration composition, in addition to transfer data, employment data, campus facilities, academic information, and library resources. Additional information may be accessed via the links to the left.
- View Accreditation Status
- Official American Bar Association Data
- Transfer Students and Transfer Credits
- Employment Statistics
- Scholarship Retention
- Campus Facilities
- Academic- Curricular Offerings and Academic Requirements
- Academic Calendar
Applicants who intend to practice law should be aware that admission to the bar in all states involves character, fitness and other qualifications. Applicants are encouraged to determine what those requirements are in the state(s) in which they intend to practice by consulting the website of the National Conference of Bar Examiners at www.ncbex.org.