Professor Louis Hensler joined the faculty of Regent University School of Law in 1998. After graduating from the University of Chicago Law School in 1988, Hensler clerked for the Honorable J.L. Edmondson on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Between this clerkship and coming to Regent, Hensler practiced as a litigation associate with the Pittsburgh office of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue, where he worked on cases in a variety of fields including product liability, securities class action, employee benefits, contracts and intellectual property. Hensler's scholarly interests focus on his teaching fields of Torts, Evidence, and Christian Foundations of Law.
"Torts as Fouls: What Sports Taught me about Corrective Justice, Strict Liability, and Civil Recourse in Tort Law." 42 Southwestern University Law Review 291 (2013).
"What's Sic Utere for the Goose: The Public Nature of the Right to Use and Enjoy Property Suggests a Utilitarian Approach to Nuisance Cases." 37 North Kentucky Law Review 31 (Spring 2010).
"A Modest Reading of St. Thomas Aquinas on the Connection Between Natural Law and Human Law." 43 Creighton Law Review 153 (Fall 2009).
"The Trammel Court's Hasty Rejection of Jerry Maguire's View of Marriage." 23 Georgia State Law Review 325 (Winter 2006).
"Class Counsel, Self-Interest and Other People's Money." 35 University of Memphis Law Review 53 (Fall 2004).
"The Recurring Constitutional Convention: Therapy for a Democratic Constitutional Republic Paralyzed by Hypocris." 7 Texas Review of Law and Politics 263 (Spring 2003).