Dynamic Duos: The Women in the Law Group Event
Dynamic Duos: The Women in the Law group is hosting a panel of father and daughter attorneys the evening before the Leadership Conference. All are invited to attend. The panel discussion will take place on Wednesday, September 28th at 7:00pm in room 3280 of the BYU Wilkinson Center. Please see the following link for further details: http://jrclswomen.blogspot.com/.
Annual JRCLS Leadership Conference
The Annual JRCLS Leadership Conference will take place September 29th and 30th in Aspen Grove, UT. See this link for further details: http://www.jrcls.org/leadership_conference/.
General Conference Reception
All JRCLS members are invited to attend the General Conference Reception and Light Buffet between the morning and afternoon sessions of Conference on Saturday, October 1, 2011, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City. This is a great opportunity to meet and visit with JRCLS attorneys from around the world. Please see http://bit.ly/GeneralConf to view the invitation and register by September 26.
Law and Religion Symposium: “Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Age: Trends, Challenges and Practices”
The Eighteenth Annual International Law and Religion Symposium on "Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Age: Trends, Challenges and Practices," will be held on October 2-4, 2011 and is sponsored by the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University. Please visit the following link for more information: http://www.iclrs.org/index.php?blurb_id=1149&page_id=1
Update Your Photo
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There are two paths you can travel in seeking to accomodate your professional calling and your religious beliefs. One is the path of delusion and segmentation; the other is the path of reconciliation and integration. The path reconciliation is the harder way, but it is the truthful way. The easy way is the delusion that you can separate your Christian aspirations from that part of yourself that is engaged in earning a living. It is easier because you can then let the secular world define your professional role for you, and you can limit your professional aspirations by the ethics of role. The study of professional ethics for lawyers is a serious and worthwhile part of your legal education. Professional ethics will lift your standards above the daily mores of commerce and politics, but they cannot be substituted for your Christian aspirations if you want to be more at peace with yourself.
—Carl S. Hawkins
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