About Prof. Madison

Ben Madison, Professor of Law at Regent University School of Law, is a graduate of the College of William & Mary's Marshall-Wythe School of Law.  He is a former partner at Hunton & Williams where he handled state and federal litigation throughout the country for nearly two decades.  He has been teaching courses in Federal Civil Procedure, State Civil Procedure (Virginia specific and Non-Virginia specific), and Appellate Advocacy at Regent since 2003. During his tenure at Regent, Professor Madison has won awards both for his teaching and his scholarship.  He regularly speaks at national and regional conferences concerning methods to improve law school pedagogy.

In order to further assist the legal education movement currently growing, Professor Madison has spent the past several years developing a new type of casebook to enable any Federal/State Civil Procedure professor to easily integrate practical application and professional identity formation into the classroom.  His methods mirror and utilize suggestions offered by both the Carnegie Report and Best Practices.  This is not just another casebook—it is an effort to improve legal education and produce well-rounded and knowledgeable law school graduates.

Faculty Profile:  click here
Access his papers on the SSRN:  click here
Legal Resume:  click here
Civil Procedure for All States: A Context & Practice Casebook:  click here