Friday, August 25, 2006

Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy seeks aging-related articles

The Editorial Board of the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics &
Public Policy
invites you to submit an article, essay, or speech for
review and possible publication in our issue on “Aging America,” to be
published in Spring 2007. We seek to explore a wide variety of topics
related to this issue’'s theme, including social security, health care,
end of life concerns, employment discrimination, international
migration, and the influence and role of religion in elder care.  We
will consider submissions related to all legal, ethical, religious, and
policy-oriented aspects of this symposium topic.

     The Journal examines public policy questions within the framework
of the Judeo-Christian intellectual, religious, and moral tradition.
Past contributors include President George W. Bush, President Ronald
Reagan, Justice William Brennan, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan,
House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert, Senator Orrin Hatch, Judge
John Noonan, Judge Richard Posner,
His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, Governor Mario Cuomo, Mayor
Rudolph Giuliani, and Professor John Finnis, among others.

     The Journal devotes each issue to a single theme of public
concern, thus permitting a more comprehensive analysis. Recognized
across the nation, the Journal has been cited in nearly 2000 journal
articles and by almost thirty state and federal courts, including the
United States Supreme Court.

     If you are interested in submitting a piece for possible
publication in our Aging America” volume, please e-mail

Mary Komperda
Solicitation Editor
Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, & Public Policy

komperda.1@nd.edu

for more specific details regarding deadlines and
draft guidelines.

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