The Faith in Action Lecture Series aims to provide a unique opportunity for law students to explore the connections between faith, justice, and service with one another, exchange ideas with guest participants, and participate in some real world service initiatives in the local community.

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Submissions from 2017

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Lawyers and the Atonement, The Honorable Thomas B. Griffith

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Go and Do Likewise: Lawyering as a Life of Service, The Honorable Patricia Millett

Submissions from 2016

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Grace in the Criminal Justice System, Shon Hopwood

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The Consequences of Public Corruption: An Insider’s View, Richard A. Juliano

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Finding God In All Things: Even Law School and the Legal Profession, David Koelsch

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The Ebola Orphans of Africa: International Adoption and the Kindness of Colleagues, Chris Pilkerton

Submissions from 2015

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A Jesuit Vocation: A Call to the Frontiers of the Church, Father Pat Conroy

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From Atheist to Catholic, from Rome to the Capitol Dome: The Journey of a Congressional Staffer, Nathaniel Hurd

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Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Question of ‘Illegal Laws’: Civil Law, Justice, and Morality, Rev. Dominic Legge

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Little Sisters and Big Faith: The Supreme Court's Next Religious Liberty Case, Mark L. Rienzi

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The Sky Above: How a Lawyer Helped a Congregation Provide Affordable Housing, Save a Steeple and Start a Trend, Robert Ryland

Submissions from 2014

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Criminal Justice and Issues of Poverty, Race, and Human Dignity, Cara H. Drinan

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Letters from Terrance: Juvenile Life without Parole, Inmate Correspondence, and the Quest for Human Dignity, Cara H. Drinan

Submissions from 2013

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So My Client is an Ax-Murderer…, A.G. Harmon, Sarah Helene Duggin, Clifford S. Fishman, Melissa Moschella, and Dr. Ahmad Kazemi-Moussavi

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Pro Bono Work to Help Others Today (and Your Career Tomorrow), Mark L. Rienzi, Jennifer Tschirch, and Emmjolee Mendoza Waters

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Almost Home, Kevin Ryan