I am a Professor of Law at the University of Alabama. My research interests include health care law, antitrust and theological perspectives on law.
Theory, Identity, Vocation: Three Models of Christian Legal Scholarship, Seton Hall Law Review (2009)
Recognizably Christian scholarship is becoming more commonplace in the American legal academy, yet little systematic...
Book Review, Stephen J. Grabill, Rediscovering the Natural Law in Reformed Theological Ethics, Journal of Law and Religion (2008)
Found Law, Made Law and Creation: Reconsidering Blackstone's Declaratory Theory, Journal of Law and Religion (2007)
The subject of this paper is Blackstone's famous declaratory theory of law - the claim...
Thomas Aquinas and the Metaphysics of Law, Alabama Law Review (2007)
Despite modernity's longstanding aversion to metaphysics, legal scholars are increasingly questioning whether law can be...
Learning to Love the State Action Doctrine, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (2006)
The state action doctrine receives relatively little attention in the Federal Trade Commission/Department of Justice...
Health Care Corporate Law: Facilities and Transactions (with Mark A. Hall) (1996)
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