SCHOLARSHIP BY CEFLER FOUNDERS BENJAMIN MADISON AND NATT GANTT
Joint Scholarship: Benjamin V. Madison III and Larry O. Natt Gantt, II
- The Emperor Has No Clothes, But Does Anyone Really Care? How Law Schools are Failing to Develop Students’ Professional Identity and Practical Judgment
Regent University Law Review, Vol. 17, No. 2, p. 339 (2014-2015)
- Teaching Knowledge, Skills, and Values of Professional Identity Formation
Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World (Deborah Maranville, et al., eds., Lexis 2015)
- Teaching the Newly Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Values in a Changing World
Building on Best Practices: Transforming Legal Education in a Changing World (Deborah Maranville, Lisa Radtke Bliss, Carolyn Wilkes Kaas & Antoinette Sedillo Lopez eds., 2015), chapter 6
- Is There a Paradox between Ethics and Happiness? Moral Formation for Lawyers
Regent University School of Law
Benjamin Madison III
- The Elephant in Law School Classrooms: Overuse of the Socratic Method as an Obstacle to Teaching Modern Law Students
University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, Vol. 85, No. 3, 2008
- Innovative Teaching Techniques — Collected Ideas
- Professional Identity Formation — Legal Education’s Early Emphasis on Character, the Evisceration of this Priority, and What the First Law Schools Can Teach Us
- Integrating Professional Identity Formation in Doctrinal Courses
WORKSHOP ON TEACHING TECHNIQUES: IMPLEMENTING CARNEGIE AND BEST PRACTICES: CHALLENGING STUDENTS TO DEVELOP PRACTICAL SKILLS AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY, Carolina Academic Press, 2011
- Integrating Carnegie Foundation’s Recommendation of Professional Identity Formation Apprenticeship in a Civil Procedure Course
- Legal Education Reform – The Challenge of Carnegie’s Recommendation for More Pervasive ‘Professional Identity Formation’ and Success with Student Journaling
- Blog Entry on method of having students use journals (part of class grade) to assist them in the process of forming their professional identity
L. O. Natt Gantt, II
- Deconstructing Thinking Like a Lawyer: Analyzing the Cognitive Components of the Analytical Mind
Campbell Law Review, Vol. 29, p. 413, 2007
- The Pedagogy of Problem Solving: Applying Cognitive Science to Teaching Legal Problem Solving
Creighton Law Review, Vol. 45, No. 699, 2012
- Professional Responsibility and the Christian Attorney: Comparing the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and Biblical Virtues
Regent University Law Review, Vol. 19, No. 1, 2007
- Integration as Integrity: Postmodernism, Psychology, and Religion on the Role of Moral Counseling in the Attorney-Client Relationship
16 Regent University Law Review 233 (2003-04)
Editor’s Postscript—Seeing the Forest and Solving Legal Problems, THE LEARNING CURVE, Fall 2006, at 13.
More Than Lawyers: The Legal and Ethical Implications of Counseling Clients on Nonlegal Considerations, 18 GEORGETOWN J. OF LEGAL ETHICS 365 (2005).
SCHOLARSHIP BY OTHER REGENT LAW FACULTY
- 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.
- 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).
- A HIGHER LAW, READINGS ON THE INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIAN THOUGHT IN ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW (William S. Hein & Co., 2d ed. 2008).
- Shaping the Next Generation of Lawyers: A Call to the Christian Legal Community, 7 The Christian Lawyer 36 (Winter 2011).
- Faith-Based Law Schools and an Apprenticeship in Professional Identity, 42 THE UNIV. OF TOL. L. REV. 3 (Spring 2011).
- John Winthrop: Lawyer as Model of Christian Charity, 11 REGENT UNIV. L. REV, 343 (1999).
- “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).
- Learning Like Lawyers: Addressing the Differences in Law Student Learning Styles, 2006 B.Y.U. J. LAW & EDUC. 499 (with Professor Kathleen A. McKee)
- 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
- Learning Like Lawyers: Addressing the Differences in Law Student Learning Styles, 2006 B.Y.U. J. LAW & EDUC. 499 (with Professor Eric A. Degroff)
Michael P. Schutt
- REDEEMING LAW: CHRISTIAN CALLING AND THE LEGAL PROFESSION (InterVarsity Press 2007).