This website was launched with the purpose of drawing together Adventist lawyers from around the world. It also has a secondary purpose of keeping church administration and legal minds up to date with relevant litigation and developments in the law. Adventist...
American Bar Association Resources for Education
ABA promoted public understanding of law and its role in society. This site provides resources for teachers and students, including information about legal careers, pioneers in the legal profession, the constitution, how courts work, legal vocabulary, programs...
Daniel D. Ntanda Nsereko - Adventist Judge
This interview with Daniel D. Ntanda Nsereko, an Adventist judge
at the International Criminal Court
at The Hague, covers topics such as his current position and responsibilities, and why laws are necessary. He responds from a Biblical perspective.
Do We Need Adventist Lawyers?
Doukmetzian talks about the increasing amount of Adventist lawyers, and encourages a strong commitment to God for those considering law as a career.
Eardell Jenner Rashford - Dialogue with an Adventist judge in New York City
Eardell Jenner Rashford answers questions regarding her life, faith, and career - Have you always wanted to be a judge? Has your religion created any challenges for you in your work? What do you feel about Adventists in court?
Paul Chibuike Anonaba - Dialogue with an Adventist Senior Advocate of Nigeria
"The lessons he learned in childhood led him to embrace two ideals that became an inseparable part of his life: a love for God as Creator and a commitment to responsible living...Today Paul is a leading legal practitioner in his homeland. The Government...
Rebecca Oyindamola Olomojobi - Dialogue with a Nigerian Adventist Judge
"Rebecca Oyindamola Olomojobi
is a housewife, mother, and Federal
High Court judge in Nigeria."
The Ideal Lawyer
Walter Carson tells a story about a lawyer defending his client. As Christians we will have Jesus Christ, our Lawyer, appearing before the Father, before the Judge of the universe.
The Scarlet Letter Sample Lesson
Grade 9-Grade 12
This sample, faith-integrated lesson plan for The Scarlet Letter offers students an opportunity to work as a legal team to defend their client. Includes opening statements, cross examination, period of refutation, closing statements, and jury decision....
Umutoni Aïssa - Dialogue with Rwanda’s National Human Rights Commission Officer
"That early crucible of intense struggles of the soul shaped Aïssa into who she is today. She chose to study law, worked tirelessly for the causes of human rights and equality, and finally ended up working as Rwanda’s National Human Rights...
Yolanda Morales Romero - Dialogue with an Adventist Judge in Mexico City
Yolanda Morales Romero answers questions regarding her interest in legal work and her professional career. She also talks about her relationship with God and her connection with Him in her work as a judge.