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2003 Annual Interfaith Conference: Religious Values and Poverty Law

The 2003 Interfaith Conference on Religious Values and Poverty Law gathered attorneys, academics and community leaders to explore the legal ethics issues that may emerge when religious values and perspectives are integrated into the practice of poverty law.

Specific topics for discussion included best practices for addressing a client's religious considerations; for integrating the lawyer's own religious values; and for partnering with community faith institutions.

Publication: 31 Fordham Urban Law Journal, Number 1 (Nov 2003).

Brochure | Table of Contents | Foreword | Introduction | Reading Materials

Magazine article: The Georgia Justice Project