Regent Law Welcomes New Faculty: Prof. David Velloney
Regent Law School warmly welcomes Prof. David Velloney to its faculty.
View his full faculty profile here.
Velloney, a Connecticut native, brings a wealth of experience to the professorship, including an impressive tenure as an Army lawyer and criminal law instructor at the Army’s JAG School, along with 20 years of service as a commissioned officer.
He attended West Point and earned his law degree from Yale.
Velloney is looking forward to transitioning from Army lawyer to Regent Law professor.
“I’m excited about teaching, training and mentoring Regent Law students to be the best attorneys they can be,” Velloney said, “I look forward to spending more time thinking about and developing ideas about how we can effectively integrate Christian principles and faith into our legal practice and scholarship.”
Velloney will be teaching Criminal Law this fall.
When not in the classroom, you can probably find Prof. Velloney at a soccer game with his wife watching one of his three daughters play.
And, if you were wondering, he is indeed a fan of the Boston Red Sox.
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