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Liberty Law Moot Court teams win national tax law title, ABA regional

March 12, 2019

Liberty University School of Law is celebrating two recent wins by its competition teams that are setting a standard of excellence for the program. Read full article here....

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February 25, 2019

Law students and professors gathered in Liberty University School of Law (Supreme Courtroom) to observe a real case involving the Veterans Consortium’s class action suit against the Office of Veterans Affairs (VA). Liberty University’s...

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U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims holds court at Liberty Law

February 22, 2019

Liberty University School of Law hosted the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims on Thursday, February 21, 2019, in the law school’s Supreme Courtroom with over 250 in attendance.   Presiding over the court were Judges Michael Allen,...

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Longtime Congressman Bob Goodlatte spends day on campus, shares work experience with students

February 22, 2019

After serving for 26 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, former Congressman Bob Goodlatte visited campus on Tuesday to share with students some of the lessons he gleaned during his long tenure in public service. Read full news article here....

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Andrews and Green finish ABA competition as one of the top eight teams in the nation

February 11, 2019

On February 8-9, 2019, Liberty Law second-year students, Sarah Green and Nick Andrews, became national quarterfinalists at the American Bar Association (ABA) National Negotiation Competition in Chicago, IL. Out of the 193 total teams that competed this...

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Liberty Law to offer free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program

January 28, 2019

LYNCHBURG, VA — Liberty University School of Law will host Volunteer Income Tax Assistance services free for qualifying individuals from Feb. 18-March 5 (closed on Sundays as well as Feb. 20-21). To qualify for the free service, the income of the...

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Law professor files amicus brief before Supreme Court

January 24, 2019

Professor Joel Hesch recently filed an amicus curiae brief before the United States Supreme Court. The high court is addressing whether the 10-year statute of limitations within the False Claims Act applies when whistleblowers bring the action under...

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Law Class of 2018 achieves highest first-time Bar Exam pass rate in school history

November 21, 2018

The Bar Exam results are in, and Liberty University School of Law 2018 graduates posted the highest bar passage rate among first-time test takers in school history, with 95.65 percent passing this year. The results include both the February...

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