Higher Education

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My book, co-authored with Brandon Withrow of Winebrenner Theological Seminary, Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education, was published on July 10, 2014 by Cascade Books (Wipf and Stock Publishers).

I’m also cited, or quoted, in several academic papers and other publications (Google Scholar citations), including:

  1. Gerlinde Berger-Walliser, Thomas D. Barton, and Helena Haapio. “From Visualization to Legal Design: A Collaborative and Creative Process.” In American Business Law Journal, April 2017.
  2. Quoted in three papers in Perspectives from an Associate Dean: Past, Present, and Future Roles of Law Review. In 33 Touro Law Review, 2017: (1) Jonathan F. Will. “Finding Purpose: Perspective from a ‘Non-Elite’ Journal,” (2) Amy R. Mashburn and Sharon E. Rush. “Fostering Student Authorship,” and (3) Mary Garvey Algero. “Long Live the Student-Edited Law Review.”
  3. Kevin Woodson. “Diversity Without Integration.” 120 Penn State Law Review, 807.
  4. Lee Cuba, Nancy Jennings, Suzanne Lovett, and Joseph Swingle. Practice for Life: Making Decisions in College (Harvard University Press, 2016).
  5. Andrew Belasco and Dave Bergman. The Enlightened College Applicant: A New Approach to the Search and Admissions Process (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016).
  6. Hans Madueme. “Adam and Eve: An Evangelical Impasse? — A Review Essay.” In Christian Scholar’s Review. 45.2 (2016): 165-183.
  7. Robert Luther III (counsel to Senator Jeff Sessions). “Practical Tips for Placing and Publishing Your First Law Review Article,” University of Richmond Law Review, 63 (2016).
  8. Robert R. Kuehn. “Measuring Clinical Legal Education’s Employment Outcomes.” 2015 Wisconsin Law Review, 645.
  9. Amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States in Abigail Noel Fisher vs. the University of Texas at Austin. Nov. 2, 2015.
  10. Mary B. Trevor. “The Care and Feeding of the Twenty-First-Century Developing Legal Writer: A Primer for the Supervising Practitioner.” Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors. Fall 2015, Vol. 12.
  11. Jamie Nicole Johnson. “Removing the Cloak of Amateurism. Employing College Athletes and Creating Optional Education.” Feb. 2015 University of Illinois Law Review, 959.
  12. Chryssa Sofianopoulou and Christina Rouziou. “Social Networking and Media. The Case of Higher Education,” conference paper, July 2014.
  13. Patrick M. Ellis. “140 Characters or Less: An Experiment in Legal Research.” 42, International Journal of Legal Information, 303. Summer 2014.
  14. Alfred S. Konefsky and Barry Sullivan. “In This, the Winter of Our Discontent: Legal Practice, Legal Education, and the Culture of Distrust.” 62 Buffalo Law Review, 659, May 2014.
  15. Sarah Ann Schade. “Reining in the Predatory Nature of For-Profit Colleges.” 56 Arizona Law Review, 317 (2014).
  16. Micah Bucy. “The Costs of the Pay-to-Play Model in High School Athletics.” University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class, Vol 13, no. 2, fall 2013.
  17. Joshi Jyoti and Choudhary Kiran, “Wittingly mad: Pedagogical changes enforced by popularity of social networking sites in management studies,” EXCEL International Journal of Multidisciplinary Management Studies Vol. 3, No. 3 (June, 2013)
  18. Vasuki Nesiah, “A Flat Earth for Lawyers Without Borders? Rethinking Current Approaches to the Globalization of Legal Education,” Drexel Law Review; Spring 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p 371.
  19. Daniel A. Lopez,” K-12 Education and Technology in the 21st Century: An analysis of Social Media and Public High Schools in Massachusetts,” honors thesis, Boston University, 2013
  20. Brent Evan Newton, Georgetown University Law Center. “The Ninety-Five Theses: Systemic Reforms of American Legal Education and Licensure,” Nov. 7, 2012. South Carolina Law Review, Vol. 64.
  21. Jeanne Marie Zokovitch Paben, “The Role of the Attorney and the Attorney Client Relationship: The Keys to Improved Public Perception of Attorneys and the Lexus,” Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy, summer 2012, Vol. 8, 10
  22. Luz E. Herrera, “Training Lawyer-Entrepreneurs,” Denver University Law Review, 2012, Vol. 89 Issue 4, 888
  23. Robert J. Rhee, “The Tort Foundation of Duty of Care and Business Judgment,” Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 88, No. 3, 1151
  24. Sean F. Reardon, Rachel Baker, and Daniel Klasik, “Race, Income, and Enrollment in Highly Selective Colleges, 1982-2004,” Center for Education Policy Analysis, Stanford University, Aug. 3, 2012, 4
  25. Marguerite Joan Flood, “Mentoring and Self-Efficacy in Female Undergraduate Business Students,” M.A. thesis, Ohio State University, 2012, 2