Case Western Reserve Law Review
At a time when many believe that law is no longer a noble profession, many lawyers see no reason to devote time and energy to promoting the public good. Religious lawyering may offer a powerful antidote: a robust framework for lawyers to integrate into their professional lives their most deeply rooted values, perspectives and critiques, and persuasive reasons to improve the quality of justice and work for the common good. At its best, religious lawyering echoes Martin Luther King's advice to the street sweeper. How wonderful it would be, indeed, if we practiced law so well that the host of heaven and earth would pause to say, here lived great lawyers who did their job well.
Religious Lawyering in a Liberal Democracy: A Challenge and an Invitation William A. Brahms Lecture on Law & Religion, 55 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 127 (2004-2005)
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