Judge Burnette Awarded VADA Award for Excellence in Civil Litigation

The Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (VADA) recently presented the Award for Excellence in Civil Litigation to Liberty Law’s Jurist in Residence, the Honorable R. Edwin Burnette, Jr., at a ceremony held in October at The Omni Homestead Resort. According to the VADA website, the award honors a distinguished jurist or civil litigator who also […]

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A purpose-driven life – Finding God’s call on your life

Faculty Feature | Anthony Ikwueme This past fall semester our Ehrhorn Law Library Director, Anthony Ikwueme, gave an inspiration presentation to students, faculty, and staff at Law School Convocation. This is a summary of his Convocation message: “A purpose-driven life: Finding God’s calling on your life or pursuing your ambition?” Christians often grapple with whether […]

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Liberty Law earns Best Value Law School ranking, high employment rate

 Liberty University School of Law was recently named as a Best Value Law School for 2021 by preLaw magazine and has landed at No. 12 in the nation on the publication’s annual Employment Honor Roll, exceeding its expectations for placing graduates into jobs in the legal profession. Read the full Liberty University News Service article here.

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Liberty University’s inaugural ‘Giving Day’ raises over $2 million to support multiple programs across campus

Throughout Tuesday, Nov. 17, Liberty University held its first Giving Day, an all-day fundraising drive uniting academic departments, athletics programs, and student scholarships in the goal of making an impact on current and future generations of Champions for Christ. While giving has been a vital part of Liberty’s history since its founding in 1971, Tuesday […]

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Liberty Law hosts criminal law reform discussion featuring local officials

Liberty University School of Law, hosted an important and timely panel discussion on September 14, 2020, in the law school’s Supreme Courtroom. Moderated by Dean B. Keith Faulkner, this forum focused on criminal law reform in Virginia and highlighted recent events which have brought about needed dialogue. The panel featured Dean Ron Miller, Helms School […]

1 year ago

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Reputation for excellence helps application numbers at Liberty School of Law reach all-time high

Liberty University School of Law continues to receive recognition and accolades as one of the top law schools in the United States. As a result, the demand from prospective students continues to grow, and this year marked the highest number of applications since Liberty Law’s opening in 2004. Read the full Liberty University News Service story here.

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School of Law graduate and public servant embarks on career to help people gain equal access to legal system

Throughout her life and in her studies at Liberty University School of Law, Samantha Nicodemus (’20) has been dedicated to serving others. Whether as a volunteer, a public servant or an advocate for access to legal services, Nicodemus’ commitment to service has not wavered over time. Read the full story here.

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Liberty Law Honors Program creates opportunities for excellence in the legal profession

Liberty University School of Law has always strived to create an educational environment where law students can unlock their full God-given potential by challenging themselves during their legal studies. Read full article.

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Liberty Law named fourth in nation for graduates entering careers in government and public service

Liberty University School of Law has placed fourth in the nation for graduates entering careers in government and public interest work in a ranking by Law.com. Read the full story here.

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Three recent Liberty Law graduates discover common military background; all once served in same National Guard unit

Earning a law degree is a pursuit that requires sacrifice, courage and determination, qualities that three graduates from the Class of 2020 at Liberty University School of Law honed during their time serving with the Virginia Army National Guard. Jacob Newman, Joshua Bither, and Andrew Gustafson all served in Bravo Company of the 1/116th Infantry Regiment prior […]

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