Vice President for Legal Affairs and Gift Planning • Instructor of Politics
Offices & Programs
BA: government, Centre College
JD: Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington
Higher education law; judicial politics; Hawaiian separatist movement; long-term philanthropy; charitable-giving legislation; congressional charitable-giving reforms; law school admission
Jamey works with donors and their advisors to design deferred and estate gifts that best suit their personal and financial goals. He also serves as the College’s general counsel and occasionally teaches classes related to law, jurisprudence, and the judicial system during the College’s three-week Centre Term. He is the pre-law advisor for students contemplating and preparing for law school and legal careers. He and his wife, Beth Braswell Leahey ’92, have two children, Patrick ’19 and Kate ’21.