Fall 2009 – Summer 2010 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ school of law dean’s message there is a vital need today for lawyers who exhibit both skill and integrity at regent university school of law we offer rigorous training in the substance of the law and the skills needed to succeed as an attorney but that explains only part of who we are we are also committed to teaching the law from a biblical perspective ultimately our goal is to graduate men and women who will serve their clients effectively and who will be ―salt and light‖ in their law firms their communities and at the state and national levels as you consider a career involving the law i encourage you to consider the benefits of a legal education that recognizes the critical role that our christian faith should play in our professional lives and our legal system i trust that in doing so you may be drawn to regent university school of law for your legal studies jeffrey a brauch j.d contact information application forms may be downloaded from the website or obtained by mail to request an application packet visit https www.regent.edu/acad/schlaw/requestinfo.cfm or contact office of admissions and financial aid school of law regent university 1000 regent university drive – rh239 virginia beach va 23464-9800 main 757.352.4584 toll free 877.267.5072 fax 757.352.4139 e-mail lawschool@regent.edu website www.regent.edu/law mission and philosophy the school of law’s mission is to bring to bear the will of our creator almighty god upon legal education and the legal profession in particular this mission includes the education and training of students to become excellent lawyers within the standards of the legal profession the grounding of students in biblical foundations of law legal institutions and processes of conflict resolution recognition of questions of righteousness in the operation of law and pursuit of true justice through professional legal service the nurturing and encouragement of students to become mature christians who exercise the gifts of the holy spirit and display the fruit of the holy spirit in their personal and professional lives the nurturing and encouragement of other law students practicing lawyers judges legislators government officials educators and others to recognize and to seek the biblical foundations of law legal institutions and the processes of conflict resolution to recognize questions of righteousness in the operation of the law and to pursue true justice through professional legal service 232