Regent Law Recap: Week of September 2, 2013


Professor Kenneth Ching spoke at Regent Law chapel this past Thursday. View chapels online here.

Professor Kathleen McKee will be a panelist for the Hampton Roads World Affairs Council on issues surrounding human trafficking on Wednesday, September 11 in Norfolk.  See for more details.

Professor Ben Madison recently posted his latest piece on identity formation to SSRN.

Professor Tessa Dysart’s article published by the Columbia Human Rights Law Review can be found here.

Professor Kenneth Ching recently posted his latest piece on a Thomist approach to collectivism in contracts to SSRN.

Professor Jim Davids is sending out his latest piece on public funding of religious colleges to all the CCCU deans and colleges. 5 Regent J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 11 (2013).

Dean Jeffrey Brauch just published a piece on human rights since 9/11 at 31 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 339 (2013).  

Professors Ben Madison
 and Natt Gantt are writing a chapter for the updated Best Practices in Legal Education.

Professors Natt Gantt and Gloria Whittico presented a piece on identity formation and academic success at the Association of Academic Support Educators conference.


Profile story on Jessica Krentz, a 2L from Wausau, Wisconsin, whose favorite novel is The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.


Congratulations to Megan Lindsey ('07), who was recently featured in JURIST magazine. Read her commentary here.

Matt Sexton ('07) was recently hired by Colorado Christian University to teach constitutional law and a number of law-related undergraduate courses.  

Professor Jeffrey Brauch Honored for Excellence in Service

Each quarter, Regent University’s Office of Academic Affairs honors faculty members with Faculty Excellence Awards. Regent School of ...