Nathan B. Oman is Rollins Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Virginia. He was educated at Brigham Young University and Harvard Law School. In addition to teaching at William & Mary, he has been a visiting professor at Cornell University, Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and the University of Richmond. He has published on Latterday Saint history and intellectual life in BYU Studies, Dialogue, FARMS Review, and The Review of Mormon Studies. He has served in the Church as a teacher, young men’s president, bishop’s counselor, and coordinating council director of public affairs. He lives in James City County, Virginia, with his family.