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Join CLS on Wednesday 22 July 2015 for a Q&A Forum ‘Can you be a Christian and Lawyer?’.
Who might be interested?
- University or High School Students wrestling with the impact that faith can have on a legal career, or considering how to deal with ethical dilemmas; and
- Practitioners exploring how ‘professional’ life and ‘church’ life interact, or who want to support students and fellow lawyers in relation to these issues.
A panel of experienced lawyers will explore the theme ‘Can you be a Christian and Lawyer?’, and the event will be chaired by Glenn Hohnberg of the City Bible Forum. Glenn has experience as a chaplain to the legal profession and ministering to a range of professionals in high pressure working environments.
Location: City Tabernacle Baptist Church (2min walk from Central Station)
Date and Time: 5:30 pm – 7.15pm on Wednesday 22 July 2015
Cost per head: $20.00 per head ($15 for students) including refreshments
RSVP: Appreciated, please contact us.
The Annual Dinner is to be held on Friday 31 July 2015 at The Ship Inn, South Bank.
Location: The Ship Inn, Southbank
Date and Time: 6:30 pm for a 7:00 pm start on Friday 31 July 2015
Cost per head: $60.00 per head
RSVP: Please contact us by Tuesday 28 July 2015
Presenter: Professor Patrick Parkinson, Professor at University of Sydney
Topic: Challenges to Religious Freedom