As a student in the Family and Juvenile Concentration, you’ll be prepared to:
You’ll not only learn the substantive law needed to represent these children and families, but you’ll get to explore these issues from a distinctively Christian perspective. We will teach you how to minister to hurting families and bring hope to those who often have no hope.
Those pursuing a family and juvenile law concentration gain practical experience through externships with family law attorneys, prosecutors, and judges. Students also can receive training to become volunteers with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates).
To earn the Certificate of Concentration in Family and Juvenile Law, you must complete the following courses with a grade of B- or higher:
“The strength of a nation or an institution is a reflection of its strong family values. The duty of an effective advocate is to defend what God instituted. Liberty Law’s family law professors are exceptional in teaching and presenting biblically based family law principles from its origin to practice.”
— Professor Edna Udobong
“The experience that each professor brings to the classroom allows him or her to teach family law using a realistic approach.”
— Hannah Bowie ’15