James L. Nolan


religion, legal practice


Society can realize the justice it craves through virtuous lawyers doing their jobs well. In this context of the crucially important role lawyers play in society, the claimed spiritual crisis of the lawyer's professional bearings takes on greater concern. This Essay explores some of the dimensions of a spiritual crisis which lawyers now face and suggests how one might more effectively bridge the gap ebtween religious faith and legal practice to better serve clients and society.

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