B.A. Vanderbilt University; J.D. University of Virginia; LL.M. Duke University.
Before joining the University of Alabama School of Law faculty in 1993, Professor Brewbaker practiced law in Birmingham with Bradley, Arant, Rose and White (1986-1988) and Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff, Byers and Brandt (1989-1992), and did graduate work in health care law at Duke University. He is co-editor (with Mark Hall) of two books in Aspen's Health Care Corporate Law series and has written law review articles dealing with health care antitrust, price regulation, physician unionization and managed care liability. During the 2001-2002 academic year, he was a Visitor of the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, a Visiting Fellow of St. Edmund's College and a Member of Tyndale House. Professor Brewbaker regularly teaches courses in Health Care Law, Health Care Liability, Property and Jurisprudence. His research interests include health care and legal philosophy, including theological perspectives on law.