Should the practice of law be a religion-free zone, or can religion "redeem" the practice of law in a meaningful way? Can one's Christian beliefs be appropriately integrated into legal practice, and if so, what should that look like? What does pursuing the "good life" mean for the Christian attorney? Is there a role for leisure in the faithful practice of law? Please join Christian Legal Society as we host a discussion about these questions with Professor Michael Schutt, author of Redeeming Law, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Christian Legal Thought, and visiting professor at Trinity School of Law in Texas. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact Joel Kurtz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Role Should Christian Beliefs Play in the Practice of Law: A Discussion
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