Robert Gregg joined the faculty at St. Thomas University School of Law as an Associate Professor of Academic Success after teaching for twelve years at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Law in Florida, and Appalachian School of Law in Virginia. During his years at NSU, Prof. Gregg helped craft the renowned Critical Skills Program and mentored more than 100 students through bar preparation in that program. He taught in all years of academic success and bar preparation, and also created and taught courses for the Master of Science in Employment Law program. He served as a consultant and was then hired as a Professor of Law and Director of Academic Support and Bar Preparation Services at ASL, where he helped restructure the school’s academic success and bar preparation programs, and implement new programs including a summer bar mentor initiative. He taught the first year Strategies for Legal Success classes in both semesters, and the third year Bar Preparation Studies class. Professor Gregg teaches the Bar Prep Skills class and works in all other areas of academic success.
Prof. Gregg graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law, where he was published in the International & Comparative Law Review. A member of the Florida and D.C. Bars, and admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, he has practiced as both a litigation and corporate attorney with the law firms Allen, Norton & Blue (in Coral Gables) and Ruden McClosky (in Fort Lauderdale), primarily in the areas of labor and employment law.
Prof. Gregg worked for many years in state and county government administration prior to receiving his law degree. He was appointed by Florida Governor Jeb Bush to the State’s Affordable Housing Study Commission, and served as Chair of the Broward County Commission’s Homeless Advisory Board. He has served as a volunteer with the Florida Bar’s Justice Teaching program (in which he taught constitutional law principles to students at public schools), Legal Aid of Broward County with the Broward Christian Lawyers Association, and as a faculty co-advisor to the NSU chapter of the Christian Legal Society. A lifelong music fan, he plays multiple instruments, including the hammered dulcimer, mandolin, guitar, and bodhran. He has been ecstatically married for over 20 years, and he and his wife, Andrea, have three children.