Updates and Inspiration -- JRCLS Happenings Volume 12: Issue 6

   
 
  • BYU Education Week
  • Proceedings of the LDS International Society


BYU Education Week

BYU Education Week will take place at the BYU campus in Provo, UT from August 15th to August 19th. Please visit the Campus Education Week website for more information: http://ce.byu.edu/edweek/index.cfm. Registration prices go up after August 12th.
 
 

Proceedings of the LDS International Society

Dear Law Society Members:

Many of you have watched with interest the development of the LDS International Society. We have agreed to forward the link to the proceedings of their 22nd Annual Conference to you.

J. Reuben Clark Law Society Executive Committee

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the LDS International Society, held on April 4, 2011. The conference featured keynote speakers Michael K. Young, former University of Utah president and former chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, and John Graz, secretary-general of the International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA).A copy of the proceedings can be obtained in PDF format through our website, www.ldsinternationalsociety.org. To access this year’s proceedings, log into the website and click on the “Proceedings” tab at the top of the page. Printed versions of the previous year’s proceedings are available for $6.00 each. To purchase any of our printed conference proceedings, please call (801) 422-3377 to pay by credit card, or send a check to the LDS International Society office address listed below.

The LDS International Society
139 Herald R. Clark Building
Provo, UT 84602
   
 

Inspirational Thought

"[O]ne cannot serve a God who has no personal needs in any other way than by working to unite His children. . . . We are divided by sex, race, class, religion, and nationality, just to name a few. By contrast, the at-one-ment of Christ is a powerful force to overcome those divisions and create a bond of unity among humankind. To build a community that extends beyond family or congregation . . . involves law. Properly understood, then, the vocation of a lawyer is to help build communities founded on the rule of law."
 

-Judge Thomas B. Griffith, "How Do We Practice Our Religion While We Practice?", Life in the Law: Service and Integrity, 2009.
   
 

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