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Amelia (Amy) J. Uelmen
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Fordham University School of Law
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  • Education's Highest Aim: Teaching and Learning through a Spirituality of Communion, co-authored with Michael James and Thomas Masters (New York, New City Press, 2010)

Book Chapters

  • Religious Lawyering in a Theologal Democracy in Whose Good Rules a Theolegal Nation (forthcoming Georgetown U. Press) (co-authored with Russ Pearce).
  • Religious Lawyering’s Second Wave (with Pearce), in BENCH AND BAR: ETHICS, published by ICFAI (Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India), forthcoming 2008.
  • Religious Lawyering in a Liberal Democracy: A Challenge and an Invitation (with Pearce), in MORALITY, JUSTICE AND THE LAW: THE CONTINUING DEBATE (M. Katherine B. Darmer & Robert M. Baird, eds., Prometheus 2007).
  • Toward a Trinitarian Theory of Products Liability, in Recovering Self-Evident Truths: Catholic Perspectives on American Law, Catholic University of America Press, 2007 (Michael Scaperlanda and Teresa Collett, eds).
  • One Case at a Time: On Being a Catholic Lawyer, in Professions of Faith, Living and Working as a Catholic (Martin & Langford, eds., 2002).

Book Reviews

  • Equal Treatment of Religion in a Pluralistic Society (Monsma & Soper, eds., 1998), 16 J. L. & Religion 961 (2001).