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    :: Monday, April 23, 2007 ::
    Just turn a few pages, and you can read some great stuff about us in The Boston Globe [my comments in brackets]:
    The bar exam passage rate of Regent alumni , according to the Princeton Review, rose to 67 percent last year. Brauch said it is now up to 71 percent [correct], and that half of the students admitted in the late 1990s would not be accepted today [correct, and as a member of our Admissions Committee, I'm here to tell you]. The school has also recently won moot-court and negotiation competitions, beating out teams from top-ranked law schools.

    Adding to Regent's prominence, its course on "Human Rights, Civil Liberties, and National Security" is co taught by one of its newest professors: Ashcroft.

    Even a prominent critic of the school's mission of integrating the Bible with public policy vouches for Regent's improvements. Barry Lynn , the head of the liberal Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, said Regent is churning out an increasingly well-trained legal army for the conservative Christian movement.

    "You can't underestimate the quality of a lot of the people that are there," said Lynn, who has guest-lectured at Regent and debated professors on its campus.

    And I see from the March 26 2007 print edition of Virginia Lawyers Weekly that one of our alumnae just made partner at Kaufman & Canoles: Vonda W. Chappell, '95, focusing on estate planning, probate and trust administration, corporate law, and real estate, out of Kaufman's Chesepeake office.

    :: David M. Wagner 6:57 PM [+] ::
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