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Faculty Achievements: Week Ending December 19, 2014

Professor Kenneth Ching's SSRN download totals have eclipsed 1000.  See his work online.

Professor Natt Gantt made a proposal to the Regent 2015 Renewal Theology Conference and he was invited to participate, present and publish.   The presentation is titled "Cultivating Student Ethical and Identity Formation through Christian Higher Education: A Case Study in Legal Education," where he will be applying the identity formation principles developed here in the law school to other aspects of graduate education across the University setting.

Professor Ben Madison’s SSRN download totals have exceeded 1200.  You can view his research online.

Faculty Achievements: Week Ending December 12, 2014

Professors Natt Gantt and Benjamin Madison’s article entitled "The Emperor Has No Clothes, But Does Anyone Really Care?  How Law Schools Are Failing To Develop Students' Professional Identities and Practical Judgment"  is scheduled to appear in the Regent Law Symposium issue this spring. 
Professor Lynne Marie Kohm’s blog post on women's health/abortion was picked up for the commentary section at CNSNews.com.

Professor Benjamin Madison will be presenting Unpacking Wisdom: Traits, Skills, and Practices that Typify Lawyers Who Are Wise at Pepperdine's annual Nootbar Conference on Law and Religion focused on Wisdom on February 27, 2015. 
Professors Kathleen McKee and Lynne Marie Kohm are finished final edits to their piece, “Sustainable Population Policies and Human Trafficking,” which is being published by Michigan State International Law Review this month.