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Located in the heart of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, LMU LAW is committed to producing practice-ready graduates who benefit from an innovative curriculum and supportive learning environment. Far from your stereotypical law school, LMU LAW is a close-knit community filled with people who care where students build relationships that last.

Classes at LMU LAW are “sustainably small,” offering students individual attention unmatched at most other schools. Students are more than a number here, enjoying enviable access to our expert faculty. Whether you pursue full- or part-time studies, you will graduate prepared and excited for a fulfilling career in the law.

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November 15-19

Registration for Spring 2022 Semester Classes

Thanksgiving Holiday

Law School Closed

November 25-26    

Final Exams

November 30 - December 10

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Recent News

Duncan November 29, 2021 A Conversation and Book Signing with Congressman Duncan

The honorable John J. Duncan Jr., retired member of the U.S. House of Representatives, will sign copies of his new book “From Batboy to Congressman: Thirty Years in the U.S. House” (UT Press, $24.99) on December 2, 2021, at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum (ALLM) on the campus of Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) in Harrogate, Tennessee.

jordan_geran November 16, 2021 LMU Law Mock Trial Team Hosts 2021 Kimsey Cup

The Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law (LMU Law) Mock Trial team hosted the third annual 2021 Kimsey Cup Trial Advocacy Competition last week. The internal competition provides students an opportunity to test trial skills. The competition also serves a try-out for members of the Spring Invitational team.

Vonda November 1, 2021 LMU Law Appoints Vonda M. Laughlin to Associate Dean for Distance Education

Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law (LMU Law) Vice President and Dean Matt Lyon announced the promotion of Vonda M. Laughlin to Associate Dean for Distance Education. In her new role, Laughlin will primarily coordinate the planning and implementation of LMU Law’s distance education offerings. She also will maintain her teaching responsibilities in business law-related courses, including Contracts and Sales, Secured Transactions, and Insurance Law.