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News Archive - March 2009


Negotiation Competition Returns for Second Year

March 30, 2009

Liberty University School of Law recently held its second-annual Negotiation Tournament where second-year law students (2Ls) Brian Locker and Tim Good won first place among their peers. Twenty teams of two students each participated in this school-wide,...

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Liberty Law Students Excel in Appellate Arguments

March 27, 2009

Pictured above (l-r): Sara Hope, Tim Todd, Scott Thompson, Bryce McKenney, and Katherine Turner       First-year law student (1L) Tim Todd, Champion of the Liberty University...

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School of Law Hosts Virginia Republican Party Chairman

March 23, 2009

Liberty University School of Law welcomes Jeffrey M. Frederick, Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, as he addresses students, faculty, and members of the community this Wednesday, March 25. As a member of the House of Delegates in the Virginia...

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Chicago Bound: Liberty Law Students Take ABA Regionals

March 23, 2009

Liberty University School of Law is proud to announce the success of Charis (Carrie) Mitchell and Ben Walton for their victory at the regional round of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Washington, DC this month. The team of Mitchell...

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Law School Heads to CPAC, Hosts Reception

March 05, 2009

For the second year in a row, Liberty University School of Law hosted a reception at The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held last week in Washington, D.C.  The reception featured Arizona Congressman Trent Franks and...

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Law School Dean Delivers Benediction for MOVIEGUIDE Awards Gala

March 04, 2009

Standing before a packed-house crowd of movie stars and Hollywood insiders, Liberty University School of Law Dean Mathew Staver delivered the benediction for the 17th Annual MOVIEGUIDE® Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment...

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Law School Student Receives Top Award, Teams Advance

March 03, 2009

Liberty University School of Law student Jordan Van Matre (left) won the award for best overall oralist at the 2009 National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition held recently at Regent University School of Law. With a total of 180.77 points...

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