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Liberty hosts statewide televised Republican primary debate for U.S. Senate

April 20, 2018

For an hour on Thursday evening, Liberty University’s campus served as a megaphone for the nation’s hot-button issues as the three candidates running in the Republican primary to challenge incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine for the U.S. Senate...

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Liberty leaders, faculty, and students meet with U.S. policymakers in D.C.

April 12, 2018

As part of a larger commitment to make an impact on public policy and on higher education issues affecting our nation, faculty and staff members from various Liberty University departments made the trip to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to converse...

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New honors program at Liberty University School of Law

April 01, 2018

COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE: NEW HONORS PROGRAM WILL ATTRACT MORE TOP TALENT TO LIBERTY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW. Read full Lynchburg Business article here....

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Liberty Law team wins one of the nation's top Moot Court tournaments

March 19, 2018

Representing the Liberty University School of Law, the team of Tom Morris and Alex Stauch went undefeated to claim the championship at the 33rd Annual Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition last weekend at Brooklyn Law School. The competition,...

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Liberty Law team nationals-bound after winning regional tournament

March 07, 2018

A team of Liberty University School of Law Moot Court competitors is headed to the National Finals of the American Bar Association (ABA) National Appellate Advocacy Competition (NAAC) after being declared regional champions in...

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Liberty Law announces Honors Program to reward academic excellence

February 22, 2018

Liberty University School of Law announces the launch of its new Honors Program designed to reward high-performing students with extraordinary experiences that will augment an already-outstanding program of legal education. Professor Tory L. Lucas...

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'A Calling to Serve'

February 21, 2018

Since she was a little girl, Taylor Noonan has cared about human rights issues. “I have a passion to advocate for people who do not have a voice,” she said. “I want to stand up for the rights of the downtrodden and restore justice...

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Filing Taxes is Easy with Liberty's Student-Led Vita Program

February 12, 2018

With taxes due April 17, Liberty University School of Law students are preparing by hosting a free tax filing service, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, at the law school for two weeks in February. Read full Liberty Champion article here....

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