Christian Lawyer's Program
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September 2009: Religious Freedom in Turkey: The Case of the Ecumenical PatriarchateGeorge Demacopoulos, Fordham University Associate Professor of Theology, Co-Founding Director, Orthodox Christian Studies Program
Emanuel Demos, Esq., General Counsel, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Ruti G. Teitel, New York Law School, Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law, Human Rights Watch, Europe, Steering Committee
June 2006: Religious Freedom and the Roberts CourtProfessor Melissa Rogers, Director, Center for Religion and Public Affairs, Wake Forest University
May 2005: Faith, Morals and the Rule of LawProfessor William J. Stuntz, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School.
Professor David A. Skeel, The S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
October 2004: Doing the Lord's Work: Christian Life in the Trade of Commercial LitigationRoger G. Brooks, Esq., Cravath, Swaine & Moore.
Topics of discussion included Christian perspectives on integrity in the context of litigation, the legitimacy of spending time and energy on monetary disputes, and the allocation of one's time between work, familiy, church and respite.
May 2004: Community of Christian Lawyers: Reflections on the Role of Community in Integrating Faith and PracticePeter Rathbun, Esq., General Counsel, American Bible Society
November 2003: The Community and the Christian LawyerProfessor Robert K. Vischer, St. John's University School of Law