Full-time and Regular Faculty

Adeline A. Allen
Associate Professor Adeline A. Allen received her B.S. in Physical Anthropology from UCLA, cum laude, and her J.D. from Regent University School of Law in the honors track. She served as the Executive Editor of the Regent University Law Review. Professor Allen teaches Contracts and Property. Her scholarship focuses on the natural law foundations of contract law and the family, the view of the human person in bioethics, and the nature of contracting. She is an Associate Fellow at The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity, and was a 2017–18 Visiting Fellow at the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University. Some of her scholarship and writings have been published on the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Public Discourse, World, and CiRCE Institute.

Dana Clark
Associate Dean of Students & Faculty Administration Dana Clark received his B.A. in History/Political Science from Point Loma College and his J.D. from Western State College of Law. Professor Clark taught on an adjunct basis at Western State College of Law as well as at Trinity Law School before joining the full-time faculty in 2013. He was named Associate Dean in 2016. He is an experienced general civil litigation and appellate attorney. Professor Clark teaches Civil Litigation Skills, Negotiations for Law and Business, Remedies, and Torts. He also serves as Faculty Advisor to Trinity’s Federalist Society chapter and its Scholar Program.

Andrew DeLoach
Associate Professor Andrew R. 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, where he competed with the Trial Team and served as Vice President of the Federalist Society. Professor DeLoach attended the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, and became a Fellow of the Academy. He was the 2023 Visiting Scholar at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution in Washington, D.C. He has published articles in International Journal for Religious Freedom, Journal of Christian Legal Thought, and Public Discourse, among others, and co-authored a book chapter titled “Myth and Resurrection,” in The Resurrection Fact: Responding to Modern Critics (2016). His teaching and research interests include constitutional law, human rights and international law, and philosophy of law. Professor DeLoach is Director and Professor of the summer International Human Rights program in The Hague, Netherlands, and Strasbourg, France.

Craig Hawkins
Visiting Scholar Craig Hawkins received his B.A. from the University of California, Irvine, and an M.A. from Claremont Graduate School, Trinity Graduate School, and Simon Greenleaf University. Professor Hawkins teaches or has taught Bioethics and the Law, Ethics and the Profession, Human Rights, Jurisprudence, and Legal Institutions and Values. In 2014, he became the Visiting Scholar for the Center of Human Rights. He is involved in a number of ministries outside his TLS teaching responsibilities, including hosting a radio program titled “Living by the Word” (airing in southern California on Sundays from 10pm-12am on 99.5 FM) and an online program titled “The College of Theology.” He is the founder and president of Apologetics Information Ministry (A.I.M.) and has hosted and co-hosted many other radio programs centered on themes of apologetics, biblical teaching, and faith & culture. He has also published on religious occult movements. Professor Hawkins has taught at Biola University, Concordia University, Simon Greenleaf University, with the Talbot Institute of Biblical Studies (TIBS), and other institutions, on apologetics, cults, epistemology, ethics, jurisprudence, legal institutions and values, logic, the occult, relativism, religious pluralism, theology, world-views, and related issues.

Kevin Holsclaw
Clinical Associate Professor Kevin Holsclaw served as Acting Assistant Attorney General for Legislation in the United States Department of Justice and a Special Assistant Attorney General for the California Department of Justice with the responsibility for the development of criminal justice policy for the California Attorney General. He also participated as a member of the Megan’s Law Task Force, the U.S.-Mexico Border Task Force, and the National Association of Attorneys General Task Force concerning the Victim’s Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He is a recipient of an Outstanding Achievement Award from Victims, Families, and Survivors of the Oklahoma City Bombing – the Randolph Award – the highest award given by the United States Department of Justice, and the Marvin Award – given each year to the outstanding attorney by the National Association of Attorneys General. Professor Holsclaw also served as Legislative Counsel to Congressman Dan Lungren from 2005-2013. Professor Holsclaw served as Interim Dean of Trinity Law School in 2001 and Dean of Trinity Law School in 2005. Professor Holsclaw graduated with a B.A. from Whittier College, a J.D. from Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law, and an M.A. from Trinity International University. Professor Holsclaw teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, FYLSX Skills, and Immigration Law.

Daniele Le
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Daniele Le oversees the academic components of the law school curriculum. Previously, she served as the Assistant Dean; in that capacity, she was responsible for the online Juris Doctor courses, the Master of Legal Studies program, and the Legal Research & Writing courses. She teaches Legal Research and Writing 1, Legal Research and Writing 2, Contracts Drafting, and Mastering the Performance Test. Professor Le has been a Lecturer in Law for the residential program at the USC Gould School of Law, where she taught Legal Writing to LL.M. students and supervised LL.M. and M.C.L. students in Directed Research. She has also taught Topics in American Law as part of USC’s online LL.M. and MSL programs. Previously, she served as the Director of Academic Support at Trinity Law School. Professor Le received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. She then attended the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where she received her J.D., cum laude, and graduated in the top 10% of her class. She was the Editor-in-Chief of the Chapman Law Review and an extern for the late Honorable Arthur L. Alarcón of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. A member of the California State Bar since December 2006, she practiced primarily in the area of municipal finance, where she represented California school districts, water districts, and special districts.

R. Neil Rodgers
Clinical Associate Professor R. Neil Rodgers received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his J.D. from Western State College of Law. He practiced law in the areas of bankruptcy, Chapter 11 reorganizations, workouts, and debtor-creditor law. Professor Rodgers has represented clients in all facets of bankruptcy practice, including service as a Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 trustee and counsel to trustees. He formed and advised business entities and handled business litigation in state and federal courts in addition to advising corporations on merger and acquisition matters and representing corporations in securities matters. Professor Rodgers also handled family law matters and served as special bankruptcy counsel to the Orange County Tax Collector. From 2001 to 2015, Professor Rodgers taught at Trinity Law School as an adjunct professor; in 2015, he joined the full-time faculty. He has taught Business Associations, Community Property, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Criminal Procedure, FYLSX Skills, Law Practice Management, Professional Responsibility and Ethics, and Torts. Professor Rodgers also coaches Trinity Law School’s Interscholastic Moot Court team and provides consulting to Trinity alumni who are building bankruptcy practices.

Joy Statler
Assistant Dean of Academic Support & Clinical Programs Joy Statler received her J.D. from Trinity Law School. Professor Statler directs Trinity’s academic support programs. She is also the Director of the Trinity Law Clinics and serves as an instructor and advisor to faculty and students involved in Trinity Law School’s clinical programs.

Rachel Toberty
Assistant Professor Rachel Toberty received her B.A. in History from Biola University. She earned her J.D. from Regent University School of Law where she served as the Editor in Chief of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy. In law school, Professor Toberty worked as a legal extern for the Honorable Randoph A. Beales, Virginia Court of Appeals. She began as an adjunct professor at Trinity Law School in 2014 and became an assistant professor in 2024. She has taught Criminal Law, Family Law, Community Property, and Professional Responsibility. Professor Toberty has published in the Regent Law Review on family law. Her teaching and research interests include family law, psychology and the law, children and the law, and human trafficking issues. Professor Toberty's law practice is in family law. She currently serves on the Board of a non-profit organization working with human trafficking survivors in the Philippines.