What is the relationship between religious commitment and the legal profession? Please join us for a panel and question and answer session in which current legal scholars and practitioners from different religious traditions come to speak about how their respective religious backgrounds inspire, motivate, and challenge their professional identities as lawyers. A light lunch will be provided. Panelists include professors H. Jefferson Powell and Barak Richman of Duke Law School and practitioners Saad Gul, Esq. of Poyner Spruill and Khadeeja Mullard-Clements, Esq. of Khadeeja Mullard-Clements, PLLC. Sponsored and moderated by Professor Darrell Miller. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Religious Commitment and the Profession
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