Regan Loper is an Associate in the Birmingham office where he practices in the firm's Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy group.
During law school at Washington and Lee School of Law, Regan served as Lead Articles Editor and member of the Technology Committee for the W&L Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment. During his third year, he worked as a caseworker for the Washington and Lee Black Lung Legal Clinic, which represented indigent coal miners in obtaining Federal Black Lung Benefits. As a caseworker, Regan argued before an administrative law judge on behalf of his client, took depositions of experts, and wrote trial and appellate briefs for various administrative courts.
Regan also participated in the law school’s Habitat for Humanity program during his time in law school, which helped build houses for underprivileged citizens in Rockbridge County, Virginia.
Prior to attending law school, Regan earned an undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University. Regan double majored in Economics and History and minored in Corporate Strategy. During college, Regan worked as a tutor for Vanderbilt Student Athletics, a program that provided free teaching to student athletes on campus who needed help with their studies. As a member of the Kappa Alpha Order, Regan served as Interim President and House Manager during his sophomore and junior years.