The Mirror of Justice Lecture Series was inaugurated in 1989 to honor Mary under her title, “Mirror of Justice.” Sponsored by the Pope John Paul II Guild of Catholic Lawyers, the lecture series is intended to recognize and encourage lawyers and scholars who, through their scholarly and research contributions and dedication to teaching, clarify and advance the pursuit of peace with justice through the law. All lecturers were active professors at the law school when they presented the Mirror of Justice Lecture.

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Submissions from 2017

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Final Judgments: What Art and Physics Reveal about Discerning Vice and Virtue, A.G. Harmon

Submissions from 2016

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Integrating Faith and Profession, Raymond C. O'Brien

Submissions from 2014

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Children are Different: A Constitutional and Moral Call to Action, Cara H. Drinan

Submissions from 2013

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Catholic Legal Education, John H. Garvey

Submissions from 2012

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Religious Liberty, Free Speech, and the Fight for Life, Mark L. Rienzi

Submissions from 2010

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Columbus Community Legal Services:Location, Location, Location!, Ellen M. Scully

Submissions from 2009

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Our Sister's Keeper or a 'Kept Sister?' Commercial Sex Trafficking and Slavery: Implications of a Societal Response, Mary Graw Leary

Submissions from 2005

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The Vatican and Israel: Recent Developments, Marshall J. Breger

Submissions from 2003

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Just War Tradition Needs Adjusting Just Now, Michael F. Noone Jr.