Regent University Law Review seeks to present academically excellent scholarship on relevant issues facing the legal community today from the perspective of a historic Christian worldview. It is committed to a jurisprudence based upon a Higher Law – that is, law based upon the Law of God – yet it remains open to publishing opposing viewpoints in certain contexts. It is the goal of the Law Review to provide a forum for scholarship that applies this perspective to our current legal system and that edifies the practicing bar.
Established in 1991, the Law Review is published by Regent University’s School of Law. Since then, student editors and staff members, chosen on the basis of academic achievement and writing ability, have gained valuable experience by writing and editing the Law Review under the guidance of the law school faculty.
Past contributors include United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Attorney General John D. Ashcroft, Judge Edith H. Jones, Attorney General Edwin Meese III, Robert P. George, George Allen, Charles W. Colson, Charles E. Rice, Phillip E. Johnson, David Barton, Nancy R. Pearcey, Professor Lyman Johnson, and James Bopp.
Soli Deo Gloria.
Regent University Law Review Board of Editors
Tifani M. Silveria
Tifani Minette Silveira is the Editor-in Chief (EIC) of the Regent University Law Review. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Minor in Professional Writing from the University of California, Davis. Her legal experience includes a Summer Associate position with Pierce/McCoy’s Employment Litigation Division in Norfolk, Virginia, judicial externships with the United State Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and Judge David W. Lannetti of the Norfolk Circuit Court, as well as a Law Clerk position with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).
In Tifani’s third year, she will also serve as the Vice President of the Christian Legal Society. She is excited for the opportunity to lead the Regent University Law Review in presenting academically excellent scholarship from a Christian worldview.
Executive Board Members
Executive Editor (EE)
Abigail Justine Taylor
Austin D. Theis