Meet members of the Regent Law community.

 

 

Students Alumni Faculty

 

 

Faculty Stories

 

eleanor brownDean, Jeffrey A. Brauch

Dean Brauch learned that he loved legal issues, research, and legal writing; however, he did not necessarily enjoy the nature of the cases themselves. He began to pray that God would lead him in a different direction...
Gloria WhitticoFaculty, Gloria Whittico

Assistant Professor Gloria Whittico describes her calling to law as a ministry with a twofold mission: "To get the right people to Regent and to make sure that all of them know that law is a possibility."
FacultyFaculty, Bruce Cameron

Bruce Cameron, Reed Larson Professor of Labor Law, brings to the classroom a lifetime of experience working at the forefront of litigation surrounding compulsory unionism and right-to-work issues.
Faculty Faculty, Lynne Kohm

As the John Brown McCarty Professor of Family Law, Lynne Kohm has dedicated her legal calling to family restoration.
eleanor brownFaculty, Eleanor Brown

Professor Eleanor Brown believes the professional bar is set high for lawyers. Accordingly, she works hard to instill client-centered mind sets in her students…
eric degroffFaculty, Eric DeGroff

A personal and professional crossroads after 15 years in government work led Professor Eric DeGroff to Regent Law initially as part of the school’s first enrolling class. 
natt ganttFaculty, L.O. Natt Gantt, II

“I didn’t plan on being a law school academic,” said Regent Law Professor and Director of Academic Success and Advising L.O. Natt Gantt. “I wanted to be a car designer or an architect, and my first love has always been psychology.”
Stephanie HartmanFaculty, Kenneth Ching

Professor Kenneth Ching, one of Regent’s newest law professors, knows what it takes to help students maximize their legal gifts and callings.
craig sternFaculty, Craig A. Stern

A true intellectual and academician, Professor Craig A. Stern attributes his career at Regent Law and its subsequent longevity, spanning more than two decades of teaching and scholarship, to Providence.
john ashcroftDistinguished Faculty, John Ashcroft

Former Attorney General John Ashcroft is excited to be a part of the Regent Law faculty because it gives him greater latitude to pursue the truth than is commonly available in a secular environment…

 

 

Student Stories

 

Stephanie Hartman Rojo, Student

3L Stephanie Hartman Rojo had her eye on law from a young age. Growing up in Las Vegas, she liked the idea of going into an analytical field that would enable her to make a difference in the lives of others.
Joel Ready, Student

“My pursuit of a law degree began when God closed a lot of doors that I expected to be open,” says Joel Ready, a new student in the Two-Year J.D. Program.
Sean Mitchell, Student

Sean Mitchell
worked in the criminal justice system for nearly 20 years before starting law school.
Amy Konopik, Transfer Student

There are many reasons why Amy Konopik, who transferred to Regent Law after a year of law school in California, values the education she receives here.
Zachary Whiting, Transfer Student

Zachary Whiting started his first year of law school at a university in Iowa because it was close to his family. Over the course of the year, Zachary realized he wasn’t satisfied with the legal education he was receiving.
Cortland Bobczynski, Student

Cortland Bobczynski’s strict schedule, creative study techniques, and fun-loving personality help her excel under the pressures of law school.
Ryan Reyes, Student

Looking back on his 1L and 2L years at Regent Law, Ryan Reyes says he values the tight-knit community he has found and the practical experience he has gained as a law student.