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School of Law Launches Part-Time Evening Program Option

While students at Regent University School of Law could always study part-time if they wished, they will now be able to earn a J.D. by taking classes entirely in the evenings.

School of Law Dean Jeffrey Brauch sees the night school option as an attractive one for professionals interested in continuing their careers while earning a valuable credential.

“Our part-time evening program option is one more way Regent is trying to make the law school experience more accessible and affordable,” Brauch said. “Students who study part-time in the evenings will enjoy the same Princeton Review “Top 10” faculty and the same robust academic curriculum and supportive Christian community as our full-time students. Part-time students receive funding as part of our $4.7 million financial aid program as well.”

Regent has recently launched several academic programs in response to changes in legal education and the legal job market, including the two-year accelerated J.D. program, the Master of Arts in Law, and the Integrated Lawyer Training initiative.

One innovation in particular, the Center for Ethical Formation and Legal Education Reform, was singled out by the PreLawInsider as among the “25 Most Innovative Ideas” in legal education reform.
Learn more about why Regent Law is a wise investment in an academically rigorous legal education taught from a Christian worldview.

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