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Dr. Long originally joined Chapman University College as an adjunct instructor in 2008. In 2010, he joined Brandman University’s full-time faculty as an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies. He also serves as Program Coordinator for both programs. Dr. Long teaches at Brandman’s Walnut Creek campus.
Dr. Long earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School after earning his Bachelor’s degree from Howard University (magna cum laude), where he was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa. He is member of the State Bar of Georgia, in good standing (inactive).
During Dr. Long’s nearly decade of government service as a Special Agent with the Office of Labor Racketeering, he investigated cases pertaining to the influence of organized crime in labor unions. Many of these investigations were complex and involved money laundering violations, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, extortion, bribery and witness tampering. Dr. Long served with distinction as a Special Agent and was awarded several awards for meritorious service.
After leaving government service, Dr. Long embarked on a distinguished career in teaching and has taught at several institutions of higher learning, including California State University, Long Beach and Dominican University of California.
Dr. Long is a former judicial law clerk for the Honorable Clifford Scott Green (dec.) of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He also practiced commercial and insurance litigation with the Atlanta law firm of Branch, Pike, Ganz & O’Callaghan (now Holland & Knight).
Criminal Justice and Legal Studies