Faculty Profiles : David Lee Mundy
Professor of Law
Member of the Tennessee Bar


Professor Mundy has served on the faculty at Handong International Law School in the Republic of Korea for more than ten years. He is the director of the legal writing and legal skills program. He also teaches immigration law.


Professor Mundy is the co-sponsor of the Law and Development program, an outreach program that pairs students and universities from developing and developed countries to increase capacity, particularly in the areas of law and business.


Prior to joining the faculty at Handong, Professor Mundy clerked for the Honorable Richard B. Abell in Washington, D.C. That legal clerkship was preceded by a position as director of government relations and communications for Jubilee Campaign, an international organization with a focus on religious liberty.


Professor Mundy holds a M.A. in Public Policy as well as a J.D. from Regent University. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Tennessee.