Brett A. Brosseit

Director and Assistant Professor of Advanced Critical Thinking

Professor Brosseit came to the School of Law with over a decade of legal experience in private practice and industry. After representing domestic and international clients in business, real estate, land use, and governmental matters as an attorney with a national firm, he served as in-house counsel in a privately held company, and later managed large-scale operations for a Fortune 250 corporation, where he worked extensively with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies.  He served on both  the Law Review and the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law  while a student at the  Florida State University College of Law. Professor Brosseit has studied neuroscience and education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and has also completed graduate studies in Executive and Professional Coaching at the University of Texas, focusing on evidence-based techniques and strategies for professional and personal development. As a Professor and Director of Advanced Critical Thinking, Professor Brosseit researches, designs and delivers evidence-based curricula and courses to develop students’ critical thinking, reasoning, and higher-order thought processes, as well as the dispositions necessary for success in graduate studies and professional practice. Professor Brosseit’s research interests include the use of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and other disciplines to inform approaches, pedagogies, and learning strategies for the development of higher-order thought processes, motivation, and self-directed behavior, as well as the use of learning analytics to assess cognitive development.