CUA Law Professor Veryl Miles presented at the Pepperdine University School of Law on March 9-10, 2017, for a conference sponsored by the Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion and Ethics. The conference theme was "Religious Critiques of Law." Her presentation was entitled "Consumer Financial Protection: A Common Good." See below.
Religious Critiques of Law
"At this conference, some speakers will support and others will challenge Shaffer's notion that religious critiques of law are of value. Speakers from a wide variety of religious traditions will address the law from their traditions. Some will address the history of religious influence on law. Others will address what religious traditions might say to subjects that do not ordinarily come in for religious critique-property, contracts, torts, etc."
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