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About Kevin P. Lee

Professor Lee is a multidimensional legal scholar and teacher with advanced degrees in Christian ethics, religious studies, and philosophy and religion. He couples his long-standing interest in the phenomena of human religiousness with his interest in the emerging networked, globalized society. He is concerned with questions about how religious experience has contributed to understandings of law and politics, and the role of religiousness in shaping the future. As a Christian ethicist, he focuses on phenomenological personalism, which he studied extensively in the moral philosophy of John Paul II (written under his birth name, Karol Wojtyla). He is a frequent speaker on religious ethics, philosophy of economics, the legal profession, legal education, and social and political ethics. His recent research is on theories of Constitutional interpretation.


Present Professor of Law, Campbell University School of Law

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  • Business Organizations
  • Comparative Law
  • Contracts
  • International Business Transactions
  • Introduction to Legal Theory
  • International Trade Law

Articles (21)

Working Papers (1)

Contributions to Books (4)