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Institute on Religion, Law and Lawyer's Work
The Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer's Work was established in 2001 as the culmination of Fordham's efforts to serve the increasing number of attorneys, judges, scholars and students who desire to integrate faith values and perspectives in the context of the challenges of legal practice. At a time when the role of religion in professional life and in the public square is hotly debated, the Institute aims to promote an open, positive and constructive dialogue on issues relating to religion and law.
A discussion on how faith can help to ease the disproportionate ways that COVID-19 is affecting marginalized communities. Yazmine Nichols, a Minister and law student (Fordham Law '20), led the talk, followed by Q&A.
The COVID-19 pandemic is both a health crisis and a human rights crisis. In this dialogue, speakers from three continents explored a range of pandemic-related human rights challenges: What comes first: the fast-track economic resurgence or a slower sustainable one? How do we understand the right to health in terms of the pandemic? Should we balance the right to life and health with economic rights? Which limitations on our rights are we willing to accept to enforce stay-at-home rules? What has been the response to immigrants amid the pandemic?
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