Regent Law School Ranked 15th in the Nation for Scholarships Granted

In an article titled “What Law School Rankings Don’t Say About Costly Choices”, The National Law Journal ranks Regent Law School 15th in the nation for law schools offering half-to-full scholarships.

Boasting a 92% employment rate 9 months after graduation (Class of 2007), a strong regional and national reputation, and a commitment to training students with the legal skills necessary for success, Regent Law School continues to attract students who think outside the box – both in the way they evaluate rankings and the way they eventually practice law.

The authors, professors from Indiana University School of Law and University of Illinois College of Law, argue that the link between going to a top tier law school and landing a corporate salary large enough to handle the debt incurred is a flimsy one at best.

They write, “Slavishly following the U.S. News rankings will not significantly increase one's large-firm job prospects. And the excess debt that students incur is likely to undermine their career options.” (Click here to read the full article.)

Excellent legal training and scholarship awards are not the only things that make Regent Law School unique. Click here to learn more.

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