Robert Gregg is the School of Law’s academic success and bar preparation consultant, having spent over 15 years as a teacher, ASP director, and consultant with numerous law schools including ASL. During his years in law school academic success, Prof. Gregg helped craft nationally renowned programs to guide students in transitioning to law school, improving performance throughout their academic careers, and has successfully mentored hundreds of graduates through bar preparation. He has taught in all years of academic success and bar preparation, and created and taught numerous skills and doctrinal courses across the law school curriculum. In addition to helping students achieve their educational and professional goals, Rob is passionate about the practice of law, and has practiced with small and large firms, government entities -including as an Assistant Attorney General- and individual pro bono work.
Rob graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law, where he was published in the International & Comparative Law Review. He is a member of the Florida and D.C. Bars, and is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, and all federal district courts in Florida. He has practiced as both a litigation and corporate attorney, primarily in the areas of government civil defense, and labor and employment law.
Rob worked for many years in state and county government administration prior to receiving his law degree. He was appointed by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush to the State’s Affordable Housing Study Commission, and served as Chair of the Broward County (FL) 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 Christian Lawyers Association, and as a faculty co-advisor to chapters of the Christian Legal Society.