Jeffrey Brauch, J.D.
Professor and Dean
Regent University - School of Law
Dean Brauch joined the Regent faculty in 1994 and has served as dean from September 2000 through the present. Dean Brauch has taught Christian Foundations of Law, International Human Rights, Civil Liberties and National Security, Civil Procedure, Appellate Advocacy, and other courses. He helped create the law school's Center for Global Justice, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law, and he has served as director of Regent's Summer Program in International Law and Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. Prior to teaching, Dean Brauch served as a law clerk for Justice William Callow of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and then worked five years as an associate with the Milwaukee law firm Quarles & Brady, where he specialized in commercial litigation. Dean Brauch received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School.