Top Stories - March 2014

Watch 10th Anniversary 1L Moot Court Tournament

March 31, 2014

Over Alumni Weekend, Liberty University School of Law held its tenth annual George and Helen Hermestroff 1L Moot Court Tournament. Nathan Hopkins took top honors from the tournament, with Erika Lukenbill finishing in second place. Zachary...

LU Professor Receives Fulbright Grant to Romania

March 31, 2014

A Liberty University professor has been awarded a Fulbright grant to teach in Romania. Philosophy Professor Michael S. Jones was granted the award by the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board earlier this month. Jones said he plans...

Law School Celebrates 10-year Anniversary with Special Alumni Weekend

March 26, 2014

About 80 Liberty University School of Law alumni from 16 states visited campus last weekend to celebrate the school’s 10 years of success. Alumni were invited to a reception on Friday, March 21, and a breakfast on Saturday. Alumni who were...

Liberty Law Given "A" Grade for Experiential Learning: National Jurist

March 18, 2014

Liberty University School of Law received an “A” grade from The National Jurist magazine, which ranked law schools for experiential training. In its March 2014 issue, the magazine placed Liberty within the 21 schools nationwide that...

Moot Court Team Finishes in Semi-Finals

March 04, 2014

Liberty University School of Law moot court teams finished in the top four in their latest competition.   At the William B. Spong Moot Court Tournament at William & Mary, Adam Walton and Andrew Brown finished in the semifinal round.   Brown...

Moot Court Team Takes Second Place in Charleston

March 04, 2014

Last weekend, Liberty University School of Law finished in second place in the Charleston School of Law Sixth Annual National Moot Court Competition.   This was Liberty’s fourth year in the competition and for the first time Liberty’s...