All students at Liberty Law are required to maintain a neat, modest, well-groomed appearance whenever the student is in the law school or at any off-campus educational site. The professional attire dress code is to be maintained whenever school is in session on the campus, including but not limited to, the administration areas, classrooms, library, and courtrooms from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For all students, the university-issued identification badge must be carried at all times.
Follow the guidelines below to help you adhere to our dress code.
Professional Attire for Women
Acceptable professional attire for female students:
- Conservatively fitting blouses
- Sweaters and jackets with tailored skirts
- Full-length dress slacks
- Khaki-style pants
- Dress sandals or shoes
Skirt and dress lengths must be long or approximately at (or just above) the knees. Skirt and dress slits must be conservative, and midriffs may not be exposed. No visible straps or cleavage on tops. All clothing must be modest. Hats are not permitted.
Acceptable attire for male students:
- Collared or button-down, or polo shirts
- Ties (optional)
- Sport coats (optional)
- Dress slacks
- Oxfords or loafer-style shoes
Hats and sneakers are not permitted.
General Appearance Guidelines for All Students
The exhibition of non-traditional jewelry (i.e., wearing of earrings by male students, nose or belly-button piercing by any student) is unacceptable. Reasonable efforts shall be made to cover tattoos. Facial hair should be neatly trimmed. Hairstyles will be in an appropriate fashion for a professional look.
After-Hours and Weekend Dress Code
Casual dress will be permitted in the law school after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Casual dress consists of neat, clean, modest attire and shoes. Any messages or images on attire should be consistent with general school guidelines. Swimming pool attire should be modest for men and modest, one-piece suits for women.