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Publications at Penn Law

The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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10 publications matched your search.

BECOMING A LAWYER: A HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVE ON LEGAL EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONALISM (West 1981) (with E. DVORKIN & J. HIMMELSTEIN).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

MORAL EDUCATION: A TEACHER-CENTERED APPROACH (Longman 2004) (with J.F. GOODMAN).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

Moral Disagreement in a Culture of Certainty, in LAW AND DEMOCRACY IN THE EMPIRE OF FORCE, (H. Jefferson Powell & James Boyd White, eds.) (Univ. Of Michigan 2008).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

No Other Gods: Answering the Call of Faith in the Practice of Law, 18 J.L. & RELIG. 459 (2003).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

RELIGION IN LEGAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE (Cambridge 2010).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

THE MORAL STAKE IN EDUCATION: CONTESTED PREMISES AND PRACTICES (Longman 2001) (with J.F. GOODMAN).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

The Consciousness of Religion and the Consciousness of Law: Some Implications for Dialogue, 8 U. PA. J. CONST. L. 1 (2006).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

The Practice of Teaching, the Practice of Law: What Does It Take to Practice Responsibly, 29 PACE L. REV. 29 (2008).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

The Reality of Moral Imperatives in Liberal Religion, 28 J. L. & RELIGION 297 (2013).
Author:  Howard Lesnick

The Rhetoric of Anti-relativism in a Culture of Certainty, 55 BUFF. L. REV. 887 (2007).
Author:  Howard Lesnick