Regent Law School warmly welcomes Prof. Chris Rehn to its faculty.
See a video introduction to Prof. Rehn here, and view his complete faculty profile here.
Rehn comes to Regent Law after teaching Business Law and related coursework at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa.
He’s excited to be teaching Business Associations this fall.
“As Christians, we are called to reform all of life,” Rehn says. “This includes law. I look forward to helping law students understand that it’s not only important to go out there and pray before they go to court or begin a day’s work at their firms, for example, but it’s also very important that they work to improve the larger structures in which law is practiced.”
Rehn earned his MBA from Eastern University and his J.D. from Cornell; he then spent year on a fellowship studying law in Heidelberg, Germany before returning to the states to teach.
He hopes to get involved with local Hampton Roads businesses and local politics in an advisory or board member capacity.
He’s also an avid baseball and football fan.
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