BS (1989), Virginia Commonwealth University
JD (1992), University of Virginia
Cindy Bentch joined the School of Law this fall as a visiting professor of law after serving as an adjunct professor of law. She earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Virginia Commonwealth University and her JD from the University of Virginia School of Law.
After graduating from law school, Bentch worked as a litigation associate at Haynes and Boone in Texas, and spent five years in the Republic of South Africa as a community development volunteer. Since returning to the United States she has worked in small firms and as a solo practitioner. Most recently Bentch was the assistant prosecuting attorney for Morgan County, Mo.
At the School of Law, Bentch teaches legal research & writing, advocacy & research, client interviewing and counseling, and trial practice.