Lead Architect 


Dr. Jamin Hübner (ThD University of South Africa) is a professor, administrator, musician, entrepreneur and businessman from South Dakota. His background includes technical work as a systematician, economist, higher-ed administrator, and humanities scholar. Articles from his keyboard have been published in over a dozen different scholarly journals and a number of popular outlets. Contending that the vision embodied by Jesus of Nazareth presents an alternative to statism, he also serves as the General Editor of the highly controversial Christian Libertarian Review. His thought is inspired not only by those first-century anarchists who were killed by the Roman Empire, but by the writings of Lao Tzu, Rose Wilder, Murray Rothbard, Ron Paul, and Mary Ruwart. Like countless others, he looks forward to a truly voluntary society where the inhabitants of earth can build a house, collect rainwater, and sell lemonade without permission.

Select Publications

“Monday Morning Matrix Meme: Banks and War.” The Libertarian Christian Institute. (March 12, 2018).

“Capitalism is a Farmer’s Best Friend.” Foundation for Economic Education. (November 6, 2017).

“The Ugly Truth About College Accreditation.” Foundation for Economic Education. (March 15, 2017).

Review of Mary Ruwart, Healing Our World: The Compassion of Libertarianism (SanFrancisco: Sunstar Press, 2015) for The Christian Libertarian Review 1 (2018):R37-42.

Review of Oleg Khlevniuk, Stalin: New Biography of a Dictator (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016) for The Christian Libertarian Review 1 (2018):R13-21. 

 “Obstacles to Change: Overcoming the Hurdles of the State Apparatus in Higher Education.” The Journal of Religious Leadership 15:1 (2017):16-56.

“Christian Libertarianism: An Introduction and Signposts for the Road Ahead.” The Christian Libertarian Review 1 (2018):15-74.

Advisory Board

The CCL Advisory Board is comprised of private consultants from a variety of professional backgrounds and perspectives. They provide independent, critical insight into the construction of CCL and its vision.

Stephan Kinsella (LL.M. King’s College London-University of London; JD, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University; MSEE, BSEE, Louisiana State University) is a libertarian writer and patent attorney in Houston. He was previously General Counsel for Applied Optoelectronics, Inc., a partner with Duane Morris, and adjunct law professor at South Texas College of Law. 

A leading libertarian legal theorist, he is founder and Director of the Center of the Study of Innovative Freedom and the founder and Executive Editor of Libertarian Papers. His numerous publications include Against Intellectual Property (Mises Institute, 2008), International Investment, Political Risk, and Dispute Resolution: A Practitioner’s Guide (Oxford University Press, 2005; 2d ed. forthcoming 2019), and the forthcoming Law in a Libertarian World: Legal Foundations of a Free Society.


Doug Bandow (JD, Stanford University) is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and served as a Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan. He is the author of numerous books and has been published in World, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, and others.

Gerard Casey (PhD Philosophy, University of Notre Dame; DLitt, National University of Ireland; LLB, University of London) is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at University College Dublin. In addition to being an Associated Scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, he has taught at The Catholic University of America and Pontifical Institute in Washington D.C., and is the author of many books including Libertarian Anarchy and Liberty’s Progress.


Donald Roth (JD, LLM, Georgetown University) is a Professor of Criminal Justice and member of the California State Bar. His research interests vary widely into the relationship of behavioral economics and anthropology, operative metaphor and antimony, and legal ethics.



Development Team

The software development phase of the Creative Common Law Project is currently on-hold until the version 1.0 release of CCL (expected early 2019). We are also determining which extant platform is most feasible (e.g., Ethereum, EOS, Universa, etc.). The Project expects to involve software developers sometime in 2019-2020 to begin working on this revolutionary phase.

If you or someone you know would love to get involved on this level, please contact us.