SCHOLARSHIP BY CEFLER FOUNDERS BENJAMIN MADISON AND NATT GANTT

Joint Scholarship: Benjamin V. Madison III and Larry O. Natt Gantt, II

Professors Gantt & Madison, Founders of CEFLER
Professors Gantt & Madison, Founders of CEFLER

Benjamin Madison III

L. O. Natt Gantt, II

SCHOLARSHIP BY OTHER REGENT LAW FACULTY

John Ashcroft

  • Ashcroft, John. Editorial on ethics laws for publication by Missouri’s major daily newspapers, February, 1990.
  • Ashcroft, John. “Does a Degree Tell Us What a College Student Has Learned?” Article for publication by Missouri’s major daily newspapers, September, 1986.
  • Ashcroft, John D. “Stand Firm in Integrity.” Pentecostal Evangel, November 10, 1985, 8-9.
  • Foundations for the Future: Facing Tomorrow–Educational Foundations for the Future, January, 1992.
  • Direction for Excellence: Missouri’s Education Reforms, January, 1990.
  • “Values Provide Guidance to Navigate Uncertain Future.” Jefferson City News-Tribune, January 31, 1988, sec. A, p. 4.

James Boland

  • Legal Writing Programs and Professionalism: Legal Writing Professors Can Join the Academic Club, 18 UNIV. ST. THOMAS L. REV. 711(2005-2006).
  • An Interview With the Chief Justice , Education & Practice, Vol. XIV, No. 2, Virginia State Bar’s Section on Education of Lawyers (2006).

Jeffrey Brauch

James Davids

  • “It’s Not a Sin to Talk About Sin, Tallahassee Democrat (September 18, 2006)
  • Enforcing a Traditional Moral Code Does Not Trigger a Religious Institution’s Loss of Tax Exemption, 24 REGENT UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 433 (2012).

Eric DeGroff

Thomas Folsom

  • Review of Craig Boyd’s “A Shared Morality: a Narrative Defense of Natural Law Ethics,” 34 RELIGIOUS STUDIES REVIEW No. 3, 182 (September 2008) (book note).

Lynne Marie Kohm

  • Integrating Religion, Faith, and Morality in Traditional Law School Courses, 11 REGENT UNIV. L. REV. 49 (1998)(with Dr. Mary A. Scarlato)

Kathleen A. McKee

Michael P. Schutt

  • REDEEMING LAW: CHRISTIAN CALLING AND THE LEGAL PROFESSION (InterVarsity Press 2007).