College of Law Posts State's Highest Bar Passage Rate
When the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners recently released the bar passage results for the July 2015 exam date, Belmont University College of Law attained the top spot.LEARN MORE
Belmont Law Review Hosts Symposium
Belmont Law Review hosted its third annual symposium, titled Entertainment Law and Music Business in Transition.LEARN MORE
Mulraine Presents at National Symposium
Associate Professor Loren Mulraine recently presented a panel entitled, "Assessing and Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Globally" at The New Global Paradigm Entertainment, Arts and Sports Symposium.LEARN MORE
Fall 2016 Application Cycle Open
The Belmont College of Law is currently accepting applications for the Class of 2019.LEARN MORE
College of Law Announces Strong Employment Rate for Class of 2014
Belmont University College of Law Releases Preliminary Employment Statistics for the Charter ClassLEARN MORE
The College of Law provides a natural extension of the university's mission and vision, which emphasize challenging academics, a service-minded approach, real-world experience, and community leadership. Belmont law graduates will be practice-ready attorneys, empowered by their education and co-curricular experiences to provide legal counsel in a variety of settings, with commitment to high standards of expertise and ethics.
The College of Law is housed in a new building, the Randall and Sadie Baskin Center, which includes a state-of-the-art Law Library. The College of Law is integrated into Belmont's main campus and offers specialties in areas that complement the university's nationally-known undergraduate program offerings, including healthcare and entertainment/music business.