Bromberg is Associate Professor of Law and Director of Clinical
and Professional Skills Programs.
Professor Bromberg, a former Legal History Research Fellow
at Stanford Law School, has published several articles on
presidential history and the history of legal education. At
Ave Maria School of Law he teaches property, trusts and estates,
American legal history, and origins of the Constitution. Before
joining the Ave Maria faculty, he taught at the University
of Chicago, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan
law schools. He also served as legislative counsel to U.S.
Rep. Tom Petri, R-6, of Wisconsin, as Assistant District Attorney
in the Appeals Bureau of the New York County District Attorney's
Office, and as a legal consultant for the law firm of Thelen,
Marrin, Johnson & Bridges in San Francisco.
Bromberg holds a Master of the Science of Law degree in American
legal history from Stanford Law School, a Juris Doctor with
honors from Harvard Law School, and a Bachelor of Arts degree
with high honors in American history and literature from Harvard