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Regent University’s School of Law is top ranked for curriculum, with accolades including Top 20 Most Innovative Law School with Top 3 placement in Practical Training (PreLaw Magazine, 2017). The M.A. in Law degree, delivered completely online by the School of Law, is ideal for non-lawyers seeking advanced training in legal studies. Benefits include:

  • Numerous concentrations – addressing topics such as corporate compliance, human resources, contracts and negotiations, and more – to expand your legal expertise without requiring a Juris Doctor.
  • Tuition among the lowest in the nation for a master’s program offered by an ABA-approved law school.
  • Focus on essential theory, policy skills, and best practices you can apply as you’re learning.

Regent also offers an on-campus JD program that is fully approved by the American Bar Association. Both Regent’s LL.M. in American Legal Studies and LL.M. in Human Rights earned an A+ for Best Value by the The International Jurist (2017). Choose from the programs below to learn more. ABA Required Disclosures

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“My degree allowed me to study law and management and led to a career promotion. Because of the online component, I could be a full-time student while continuing to support my family through full-time employment. This degree is exactly what I was searching for.”
Simone McKinney
M.A. in Law 2017
Regent University
School of Law
Nonprofit Management

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No matter what your passion, you'll find your place at Regent. Choose from more than 128 areas of study in the subject areas employers demand