Law & Ethics
Our brains are wired to the positive — and Golden Rule thinking may have a place in the courtroom, too
How does punishment fit in to giving people a “70 times 7” chance to begin again? A lawyer’s perspective on faith and restorative justice.
Reconciling the relationship between these two virtues
The University of Notre Dame honors Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran and Focolare president Maria Voce — a new shared endeavor between academics and ecclesial movements
A bonus at the end of a two-year court trial. How a friend following through until the end also moved a lawyer to be generous toward the client…
By Julie Pyo
Bioethics researcher Marina Casini sees human rights being used against humans themselves. Will we betray the equal dignity of every human being?
A professor and a student at Fordham Law School share their thoughts on the meaning of law and justice.
Young lawyers explore and experience how justice is love in action.