Symposium, The Relevance of Religion to a Lawyer’s Work: An Interfaith Conference, 66 Fordham L. Rev. 1075 (1998).
From the Foreword by Russell G. Pearce: Interest in the relevance of religion to a lawyer's work is no longer limited to a small group of legal academics. Religious lawyering today become a full fledged movement drawing upon a sizeable and significant body of scholarship, and attracting the attention of a growing number of lawyers and judges. In bringing together lawyers, legal scholars, clergy, and theologians from a variety of faiths including no faith at all-to examine the implications of religion for lawyers, this conference marks another milestone for the religion and lawyering movement. It offers a comprehensive series of articles and essays exploring the implications of religion for lawyering with regard to both broad theoretical issues and specific ethical questions. It also offers a series of agendas for scholarship, teaching, bar programs, and congregational activities.
Note: The table of contents for this Fordham Law Review symposium article is available here.