Boston University School of Law

The Interface of Social Ethics and The Practice of American Constitutional Law featuring Daniel P. Sheehan

Summary

The Interface of Social Ethics and The Practice of American Constitutional Law featuring Daniel P. Sheehan

Description

What do the Pentagon Papers, Watergate, Iran-Contra, American Indian Movement Wounded Knee occupation, Daniel Berrigan, SJ peace activism, Black Panthers, Attica Prison inmates, Karen Silkwood, Three-Mile Island, American Sanctuary Movement, Greensboro Civil Rights, and Lakota People’s Law Project all have in common? Attorney Daniel Sheehan.

Daniel P. Sheehan received a B.A from Harvard College in American Government Studies and U.S. Foreign Policy; a J.D. from Harvard Law School in American Constitutional Law and International Law; and pursued master’s and doctoral studies at the Harvard Divinity School, 1973-5, in Judeo-Christian Social Ethics and Comparative Social Ethics. He is Co-Founder and President of the Cambridge Institute for the Study of Alternative Worldviews at Harvard University.

This lecture is co-sponsored by Boston University School of Theology and Boston University School of Law.

Attorney Sheehan will autograph his memoir, The People’s Advocate, at Barnes & Noble, Kenmore Square, Wednesday, April 9, 5:30-6:00.

Starts

4:00pm on Friday, April 11th 2014

End Time

6:00pm

Location

Boston University Sargent College 635 Commonwealth Avenue, Curtis Auditorium - Room 101

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Topics

Alumni, Faculty/Staff, BU Law Home, J.D. Central, LL.M. Central