Inaugural Session of the CLR Reading Society: Antigone

Mark and I hosted the first session of our Reading Society last night, an occasion for students to gather with us and one another in the evening, over a beverage, to discuss a classic work. Our first choice was Antigone, by Sophocles. It was an enormous success. We were both very impressed with the depth of insight our students brought to this masterpiece of literature. Truly, we learned a lot from our students.

Stay tuned for the next gathering, in the spring.

JCLS Symposium on A Light Unseen: A History of Catholic Legal Education

Congratulations to the staff of the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies for the publication of these papers connected to the symposium last February on Professors John Breen and Lee Strang’s forthcoming book, A Light Unseen: A History of Catholic Legal Education. The volume contains contributions by several law school deans and professors reflecting on the project.

For more details on the symposium, see these two notices.