Liberty Law mediation team finishes in top three at national competition

The Liberty University School of Law mediation team’s recent third-place finish at the American Bar Association (ABA) National Mediation Competition is evidence of the rigorous practical training that Liberty Law’s competition teams have afforded students since the school’s inception in 2004. Read the full LU News article here.

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Over 60 Christian dissidents detained in Thailand facing imprisonment, torture if deported to China

Liberty University School of Law dean, Morse H. Tan, was recently quoted in a Daily Caller article regarding Christian dissidents possibly being deported back to China to face imprisonment and torture. Read the full Daily Caller story here.

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Archer and Fenelus win the ABA Regional Representation Mediation Competition and advance to finals

Liberty Law is proud to recognize Ms. Roniqua Archer and Ms. Chavioleyette Fenelus on their big win at the ABA Regional Representation Mediation Competition held earlier in March. The ABA holds four virtual regional competitions over two weekends in the spring. The two regional co-champions from each region are invited to compete in the finals. […]

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Vice President Mike Pence visits Liberty Law for day of celebration and remembrance

On Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence addressed Liberty University School of Law students during two private events, emphasizing the importance of standing firm in the faith as they seek to defend this nation’s founding truths. Read the full Liberty News article here.

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Leading activist in North Korea human rights movement shares atrocities of tyranny

Dean Morse Tan introduced North Korea human rights activist, Dr. Suzanne Scholte, at the Liberty University Convocation on Wednesday, March 22. Dr. Scholte spoke about modern-day persecution in North Korea. She welcomed two other guests, Grace Jo and Seohyun Lee, to share their stories about the suffering they faced under the tyrannical government. Read the […]

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Law Review hosts symposium discussing law, race, and Christianity

On March 3, the Liberty University Law Review hosted their 2023 symposium entitled, “Bridging the Racial Divide: Race, History, Law, and Reconciliation.” This year’s event focused on issues of race-based discrimination, racial equality, and ways to approach reconciliation between the nation’s troubled past and a present dedicated toward progress. Each year, the Liberty University Law […]

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2012 Liberty Law graduate Curtis Walton honored at special service

Liberty University School of Law recently held a special service commemorating the tragic death of 2012 Liberty Law graduate, Curtis Walton. Curtis was murdered in cold blood on April 8, 2020, while taking a walk near his childhood home in Portsmouth, Virginia. According to video footage, Curtis was approached by two unknown individuals when a […]

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Liberty University professors share views on preventing genocide at Israel conference

Liberty Law professor Yuri Mantilla participated in a conversation with three other Liberty professors about the history, Christian philosophy, and modern-day prevention of genocide in different parts of the world as part of a conference held at Ariel University. Read the full article here.

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Success in Philly for Liberty Law moot court teams

The weekend of February 16-18, two Liberty University School of Law moot court teams competed in the regional round of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Philadelphia, PA. Thirty-one teams competed in Philly, with four teams winning the regional rounds and advancing to the national finals that will take place April 14-15, in Washington, […]

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Liberty Law partners with School of Business for the first time to continue offering Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program

The School of Business is partnering with Liberty Law this year to provide the annual Volunteer Tax Assistance Program, teaching people healthy financial stewardship through the process. Read the full article here.

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