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2002 Annual Interfaith Conference: Religious Values and Legal Dilemmas in Bioethics


The 2002 Interfaith Conference on Religious Values and Legal Dilemmas in Bioethics gathered Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim attorneys, clergy and ethics scholars to explore the role of religion for lawyers representing individuals on issues in assisted reproduction, informed consent, and end of life care.

Publication: 30 Fordham Urban Law Journal, number 1 (November 2002).

Brochure | Table of Contents | Introduction | Foreword