Lawyering Process Professor
Kelly Brewer joins the University of Denver Sturm College of Law’s Lawyering Process Program as a Visiting LP Professor. Prior to teaching at Denver Law, LP Professor Brewer taught Legal Writing and Reasoning at Valparaiso School of Law. Professor Brewer sincerely enjoys working with students, helping students improve their legal writing skills and building student confidence in their academic and professional pursuits.
Before beginning his teaching career, Professor Brewer served as a judicial law clerk in the Northern District of Indiana, serving Federal Magistrate Judge Christopher A. Nuechterlein and Federal District Court Judge Jon E. DeGuilio for a total of three years. As a judicial law clerk, Professor Brewer drafted numerous judicial orders, particularly in employment discrimination cases, Social Security Disability appeals, and pre-trial discovery disputes.
Professor Brewer graduated Magna Cum Laude from Valparaiso University School of Law, where he attended on a full-tuition academic scholarship. As a student, Professor Brewer served as an Associate Editor of the Law Review and was honored with publication of his Note. Additionally, Professor Brewer served three semesters as a federal judicial extern.
Prior to attending law school, Professor Brewer served people with disabilities and people with severe and persistent mental illness as a Job Coach and Community Support Worker.