The College of Law provides a natural extension of Belmont 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.
Belmont Law boasts a distinguished faculty. The Doyle Rogers Distinguished Chair of Law, Alberto R. Gonzales, served as the 80th Attorney General for the United States, Justice on the Texas Supreme Court, Texas Secretary of State, and Counsel to the President of the United States. Other prestigious positions previously held by our faculty include Justice on the Alabama Supreme Court, Assistant United States Attorney, federal judicial law clerks, and partners in prestigious law firms. Our students are receiving the top-notch training they need to succeed in their law practice.