Life in the Law: Service & Integrity (2009)
Table of Contents

BE ETHICAL

Thomas B. Griffith
How Do We Practice Our Religion While We Practice?

Cree-L Kofford
A Restatement of Contracts

Sheila K. McCleve
It Is Given unto You to Judge

Sandra Day O’Connor
On Being Ethical Lawyers

Gerald R. Williams
Learning from Our Conflicts

Kevin J Worthen
Religiously Affiliated Law Schools: An Added Dimension

BE HEALERS

W. Cole Durham Jr.
The Doctrine of Religious Freedom

James E. Faust
Be Healers

Constance K. Lundberg
Words of Hate, Words of Love

Chieko N. Okazaki
Peacemaking: Our Essential Work in the Last Days

Jane H. Wise
Law School: A Sacred Experience

Michael K. Young
The Relevance of Religious Freedom

BE PROFESSIONAL

Cecil O. Samuelson
A Personal Philosophy of Professionalism

Brett G. Scharffs
Three Assumptions Lawyers Must Never Make

Deanell Reece Tacha
Packing Your Briefcase

John W. Welch
And with All Thy Mind

Dale A. Whitman
Avoiding Pitfalls

Lance B. Wickman
In Search of Atticus Finch

BE SERVANTS

Larry EchoHawk
On the Wings of My Fathers

Matthew S. Holland
With Charity for All

Neal A. Maxwell
Unto This Very Purpose

Dallin H. Oaks
The Beginning and the End of a Lawyer

Boyd K. Packer
On the Shoulders of Giants

Kenneth W. Starr
Acquired by Character, Not by Money

J. REUBEN CLARK LAW SCHOOL

Marion G. Romney
Why the J. Reuben Clark Law School?
Dedicatory Address and Prayer of the J. Reuben Clark
Law Building (Sept. 5, 1975)

Gordon B. Hinckley
Dedicatory Remarks & Prayer of the
Howard W. Hunter Law Library (March 21, 1997)

Dee V. Benson
The House that Rex Built

Bruce C. Hafen
A Walk by Faith: Founding Stories of the Law School

Kevin J Worthen
The Essence of Lawyering in an Atmosphere of Faith

James D. Gordon III
Lawyers and the Rule of Law

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