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Monday, March 03, 2008

Religiously Affiliated Law Schools conference

Detailed information on this year's Religiously Affiliated Law Schools conference (at Boston College, on April 6-7), can be found here.  Here's the overview:

Faith can spark professional formation and intellectual growth as well as spiritual and moral development. The Conference presentations and panels will center on the relationship between religion and a lawyer’s professional formation, that is, how faith can influence the growth of our students as lawyers and the development of our faculty members as scholars, teachers, and mentors. This two-day event should be of great interest both to faculty and to student service professionals.

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