Regent Law School Ranked 21st in the Nation for Alums Working in Public Interest Law

According to the March ’08 issue of The National Jurist, Regent Law School ranks alongside UC-Berkeley, the University of Michigan, the University of Wisconsin and NYU law schools for the percentage of alums working in public interest law.

Regent Law School was also recently ranked in the Top 20 by the National Law Journal for the number of half-to-full scholarships granted.

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