Liberty celebrates its first law school graduate to argue before U.S. Supreme Court

Liberty University School of Law alumnus Josh Turner (’15) represented the state of Idaho before the United States Supreme Court in Idaho v. United States on April 24, becoming the first from his alma mater to stand before the highest court in the country. Read the full story here.

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Liberty Law and forensic science students partner for annual mock trial

Liberty University’s School of Law and forensic science program participated in their annual mock trial on April 12-13, providing students from both disciplines the opportunity to implement their classwork into real-world application. Read the full story here.

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Liberty University names Morse Tan Senior Executive Director of Center for Law & Government

Liberty has announced that Morse Tan, former Ambassador at Large for the U.S. State Department’s Office of Global Criminal Justice, has been named the center’s Senior Executive Director, beginning July 1. Read the full article here.

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Liberty students hear from Speaker Mike Johnson, other high-ranking leaders at Capitol symposium

Hundreds of Liberty University students traveled to the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on Thursday for the school’s Future Leader Symposium, where they had the chance to hear various federal politicians speak on the current state of the nation and the importance of living out one’s faith and principles in government. Read the […]

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Liberty Law hosts special session of U.S. Court of Appeals

Liberty University School of Law students were granted a unique opportunity on Tuesday, as the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held court in Liberty Law’s Supreme Courtroom, giving students a front-row seat to witness one of the highest courts in the country in action. Read the full story here.

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Liberty Law Review hosts symposium on educational freedom for families

Law scholars and students alike filled Liberty University School of Law’s Supreme Courtroom on March 1, as the Liberty University Law Review hosted its annual symposium, welcoming legal scholars to campus to discuss important issues facing Christians today. Read more here.

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Liberty Law takes home ABA national title, will represent USA at worlds this summer

After securing their spot in the American Bar Association’s national negotiation competition by way of a regional championship in October, two Liberty University School of Law students have returned home with some hardware, outlasting 23 other teams to take home the 2024 ABA national negotiation championship.­­ Read the full article.

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The Liberty Champion interviews Dean Morse Tan regarding abortion cases

Dean Morse Tan was recently interviewed regarding the cases of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton and how these cases opened the floodgates to legalizing abortion even though it went against an overwhelming majority of state laws. Read the Liberty Champion article here.

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Professor Scott Thompson featured in Lynchburg Business Magazine

The Lynchburg Business Magazine recently published an article entitled “Making Legal Education Count” featuring an interview with Liberty Law professor, Scott Thompson. Read the full article in the 2024 Market Report edition beginning on page 23 available here:

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Law students cultivate camaraderie and legal skills in courtroom competitions

As one enters through the courtroom doors, the clatter of echoing footsteps and hushed voices fills the air. Law students gather their notes, awaiting to stand and debate before a panel of judges at one of Liberty’s Moot Court competitions. Through participating in Moot Court, law students are presented with numerous opportunities to compete against […]

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