Eugene B. Loftin JD
Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
STARTED AT TIU:
BA Psychology Trinity International University
JD Marquette Law School
Eugene B. Loftin returned to Trinity in 2016 after receiving his undergraduate degree in psychology in 2006. His experiences at Trinity prepared him well for law school, which he completed in two and a half years at Marquette Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After completing law school, Mr. Loftin practiced trial law with a focus on indigent criminal defense. While in private practice, Mr. Loftin also taught in the areas of criminal law and criminal justice at a Christian college in Wisconsin before joining the Trinity faculty.
Research interests include evidence-based faith programs for decreasing recidivism and scholarly reflection on the relationship between Christian social justice movements and criminal justice reform in the United States.