is an adjunct faculty with the Department of Religious Studies.
Prior to joining Chapman, he practiced law for nine years, including practice in appellate law. He received his JD from Loyola University of Chicago, and his MLIS from the University of Illinois, and has worked at both public and university libraries, both in the United States and in Europe. He has earned a Master's degree in Religion from Claremont Graduate University, and has published a number of articles dealing with topics involving the interface of law with religion.
Advanced Legal Research (Law School); Law and Religion (Undergraduate); Contemporary Social Problems: Religion and Politics (Undergraduate Honors).Publications:SSRN