Leadership Roundtable

A Forum for Building Christian Leaders


It's officially here! The inaugural Leadership Roundtable. A forum held twice a semester for the express purpose of discussing the state of our campuses and sharpening one another for the integration of faith and the study of law.  


For our next roundtable event, we will be joined by Dean Eric Enlow calling in from South Korea, who will focus his talk on a fascinating topic of public witness and persecution, with an emphasis on the political theology of Pastor Wang Yi, a house-church pastor currently in prison in China.

Eric is the dean and a professor of law at Handong International Law School (HILS). He is an expert on Christian legal theory and teaches courses covering the biblical, systematic and historical relation between Christ and the law. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Eric moved to Pohang, Korea, with his family to begin teaching at HILS in 2004 and became Dean in 2010.

He graduated from Yale University, B.A., and Washington University School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif. After law school, he clerked for the Hon. Richard S. Arnold, United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and practiced intellectual-property and appellate law at Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin, LLP.


TOPIC: Leading in Times of Injustice

WHEN: Nov. 29 | 4 PM (PST) / 7 PM (EST)

WHERE: Online (Register Here)


In order to provide a place for you all to Grow and Engage Together, we've provided a GroupMe page to stay connected. You can access that page by following this link.

If you cannot attend, the presentation will be recorded and shared. We will have two of these every semester. If you have any questions, please email Anton at asorkin@clsnet.org.