Andrew DeLoach

Prof. Andrew DeLoach

Andrew DeLoach received his B.A. in Literature from the University of California, San Diego. He earned his J.D. from California Western School of Law in San Diego. While there, he competed with the Trial Team and served as Vice President of the Federalist Society. After law school, Professor DeLoach attended the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, and became a Fellow of the Academy. From 2009–2012, he hosted a radio program discussing Christian apologetics, world religions. He has published articles in the Journal of Christian Legal Thought, Public Discourse, and Modern Reformation, and co-authored a book chapter titled “Myth and Resurrection,” in The Resurrection Fact: Responding to Modern Critics (New Reformation Press, 2016). His teaching and research interests include human rights and international law, religious freedom, philosophy of law, law, and literature, and law, religion, and culture. Professor DeLoach practiced in civil litigation and appeals for several years before opening his own practice specializing in estate planning and probate. He teaches courses in International Human Rights; International Law; Constitutional Law; and Jurisprudence. He is Director and Professor of the summer International Human Rights program in The Hague, Netherlands, and Strasbourg, France. Prof. DeLoach also oversees the Human Rights track of the MLS program, for which he has created and taught courses in International Human Rights Law, Philosophy and Theology of Justice, and The Law of Genocide. He also teaches at Chapman University (M.A. and School of Law), and has taught in the Department of History and Political Thought at Concordia University, Irvine.


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