2014 Charter Graduation Speaker

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito to Speak at 2014 Charter GraduationLEARN MORE

ABA Accreditation

Belmont University College of Law Receives Provisional Accreditation from ABALEARN MORE

Barrister's Ball

Inaugural Barrister's Ball Raises $5,000 for Local CharityLEARN MORE

Tennessee Supreme Court

College of Law Hosts Tennessee Supreme Court for Three Appeals CasesLEARN MORE


On October 7, 2009, Belmont University announced its intention to open a College of Law, the first new law school in Middle Tennessee in nearly 100 years. Belmont’s College of Law represents the university’s seventh college and fourth doctoral program. The College of Law’s inaugural class began course work in the fall of 2011.



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.

JAN
20

Martin Luther King Holiday

No Classes
FEB
5

TN Supreme Court at Belmont Law

FEB
8

LSAT at Belmont

(Must register through LSAC)
FEB
15

Open House

for propsective students
MAR
10-14

Spring Break

No Classes
MAR
22

Open House

for admitted students
APR
16

Last Day of Classes

APR
17-18

Easter Break

APR
21-22

Reading Days

MAY
10

Graduation Day