Thursday, October 4, 2018

The Legal Information Institute Releases Its Very Own Constitution Annotated

The Legal Information Institute (LII) has published the very first Constitution Annotated available to the public online. LII's Constitution Annotated is a web-based interpretation of the Congressional Research Service's publication by the same name. Unlike that lengthy work, LII's Constitution Annotated is navigable, accessible, hyperlinked and searchable, giving viewers easy access to historical information and case law that shape the modern understanding of each constitutional provision. It also links to relevant U.S. Code and federal regulations. LII's Constitution Annotated would be a great place to start research on any aspect of constitutional law. It is available at

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Regent skyrocketing in national rankings

We told you recently about how Regent University School of Law has soared in the U.S. News & World Reports rankings. Now it has skyrocketed into the top 25% of ranked law schools on SSRN for most-downloaded scholarship! We continue to be amazed and glorify God for the great and unforeseeable impacts this school is having as our faculty, staff, and students faithfully work out their calling as Christian leaders to change the world. You can view faculty profiles and download their works via this link:

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Regent University School of Law faculty are leading scholarly voices on criminal justice. Professor Craig A. Stern’s paper, "Mens Rea and Mental Disorder," which you can download right now at, was recently listed on SSRN's Criminal Justice Research Network Top Ten download list for Mental Health & Crime. Professor Lynne Marie Kohm's paper, "Empowering Love and Respect for Child Offenders Through Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Teen Courts Example," available at, has been selected for inclusion in the CJRN launch as part of the Administration of Justice eJournal network(s). Finally, Professor and best-selling author James Duane continues to excel. His papers have been downloaded from SSRN a staggering 7000 times. You can view his scholarship at We are extremely pleased with these achievements. These are true Christian leaders to change the world! Download their work today and spread the word!

Friday, September 21, 2018

Regent Makes U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Colleges list

For the first time in its 40-year history, Regent University placed in the National Universities category of the U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Colleges rankings released Monday, September 10. Read more here:

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Due to the potential impacts of Hurricane Florence, Regent University operations will close at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, September 11 and will re-open no earlier than Monday, September 17.
As Regent’s and surrounding areas prepare for severe winds, possible flooding due to prolonged rains, and power outages, all students living in on-campus housing are strongly encouraged to evacuate the Hampton Roads area by no later than Wednesday, September 12.
Students without vehicles or with no other means of lodging will be required to relocate to the Founders Inn and Spa on Regent’s campus (5641 Indian River Road Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464). Students should bring pillows, blankets, toiletries, non-perishable snacks, necessary medications, clothing and valuables during their temporary relocation.

Student relocation to Founders Inn will occur no later than 12 p.m. on Thursday, September 13. If students or concerned parents have specific questions about the relocation process, please call 

Updates regarding Regent University business operations and classes will be available at, through the RegentAlert system, Regent’s Emergency Weather Hotline (757-352-4777) and Regent’s social media sites.

A message from Regent’s Founder, Chancellor, and CEO, Dr. M.G. “Pat” Robertson: 

“I am praying for the safety of all of our students, faculty and staff and for the LORD’s deliverance from the impact of Hurricane Florence on our campus. Please join me in petitioning the LORD for a hedge of protection over Regent, CBN and the rest of the East Coast.”


The Law Library seeks a responsible law student to serve as a Public Services Graduate Assistant. This position involves staffing the Access Services/Circulation Desk for 15 hours per week, including some late night and weekend hours. Duties include circulating library materials, collecting user statistics, handling fines, shelf maintenance, assisting with shifting projects (A.K.A. moving books!) and helping library users. Strong customer service skills are a must! The beginning pay rate is $8.00 per hour. If interested, contact William E. Magee, Assistant Director of Public Services, or Christian Embry, Access Services Supervisor, at Please include your resume.