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August 19, 2008

Catholic Social Thought, the Poor, and Law Schools

A couple of recent publications focus on the relationship between Catholic -- specifically Jesuit -- social thought, work on behalf of the poor, and law schools.  Personally, in one of my early poverty law classes I do go into some of the beliefs of different religious groups, something I borrowed from Bill Quigley, and these two articles explore, and to some degree challenge, what Jesuit law schools are and should be doing given a commitment to the poor.  Being a non-Catholic (though I married one) I will refrain from comment, but the articles are below:

-E.R. erosser@wcl.american.edu

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