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The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law aims to achieve distinction in the Catholic intellectual tradition and to promote the ideals of the dignity of each human person, respect for the inviolability of all human life, justice rooted in the common good, the recognition and protection of human rights as gifts of the Creator, care for the poor, the neglected, and the vulnerable, and the obligation of love for one another.

The Center for Law and the Human Person serves as the law school's central resource for thinking about how these core commitments ought to inform the study, teaching, and practice of law. The Center supports relevant scholarly research and curricular development, emphasizes student formation, and engages broader academic, professional, and public policy communities.

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