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About S. Breckenridge Thomas

Professor Thomas has been with Liberty University School of Law since 2009. Prior to teaching law she was a civilian J.A.G. attorney with the U.S. Air Force. Her research and writing interests are in International Dispute Resolution and Human Rights. Professor Thomas is a sought after international speaker and has presented papers at conferences in the U.S., Western Europe, Northern Africa, and Asia. One of her greatest joys is to teach students the law and how to be “salt and light” in the legal world.
Professor Thomas is a prolific writer. She published her first article entitled International Arbitration: A Historical Perspective and Practice Guide Connecting Four Emerging World Cultures: China, Mexico, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia in Columbia Law School’s American Review of International Arbitration. The sequel to the article entitled International Arbitration: A Historical Perspective and Practice Guide Comparing World Cultures: Israel, Myanmar, Russia, and South Africa will also be published by the American Review of International Arbitration. Professor Thomas has also presented research on global labor/employment issues at conferences abroad. In Beijing, China, she presented a paper entitled China Labor Contract Law and the Liberalization of Global Markets: Will Employee Rights Equate to Employer Nightmares? The paper was later published in the U.S. – China Law Review.
“Liberty University is the best kept secret in the world! I consider it an utmost honor to teach law at an Evangelical Christian law school. Liberty University School of Law is distinctive in that it is not only dedicated to educating future lawyers to know and understand the law. The School of Law is more importantly dedicated to educating future lawyers to know and understand the Law-Giver, as the foundation of the law.”
– Professor S. Breckenridge Thomas

Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Complex Litigation, Lawyering Skills, Labor/Employment Law, Civil Rights, Commercial Law (Payment Systems), and International Law

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Courses

  • Complex Litigation: Class Actions
  • Uniform Commercial Code: Payment Systems/Secured Transactions
  • Trial Advocacy
  • Legal Research & Writing
  • Mediation

International Law (4)

Civil Rights (2)

Labor Law (3)

International Arbitration (1)

Equality (1)

Global Slavery (1)

No Subject Area (1)