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Who's the Patient?
(University of Maryland, 1994)
Forgiveness and the Law
A discussion of the role of forgiveness in the law, substituting forgiveness for the law, and whether or not the law can or should pursue higher moral ambitions.
On Being a Religious Professional: The Religious Turn in Professional Ethics
(University of Pennsylvania, 2001)
The Robert L. Levine Distinguished Lecture Series, Lecture, Reforming School Reform
(Fordham Law Review, 1999)
Outsourcing Power: How Privatizing Military Efforts Challenges Accountability, Professionalism, and Democracy
(The Boston College Law School, 2005)
Private contractors have played key roles in recent high-profile scandals. These scandals hint at the degree to which the U.S. military has increased the scope and scale of its reliance on private security companies in ...