In this Q&A clip, Harrison shares his experience hiring attorneys from a Christian school. Although he is unsure about an article specifically discussing "Do's and Don'ts for Christian Attorneys," his testimony provides valuable insight for those considering hiring legal representation from a Christian institution.
This clip highlights the importance of considering one's personal beliefs and values when selecting an attorney and how a shared faith can potentially impact the attorney-client relationship. It also brings up the topic of how Christian attorneys may approach their work differently.
It's an excellent resource for anyone needing legal representation and looking for an attorney who aligns with their faith.
I don't know of any articles about that, but it's an interesting point.
It was funny; I hired many interns in Malibu from Pepperdine Law School, a Christian law school. It was fascinating how they approached problems; it was as if they weren't necessarily into hurting people but bringing out the truth. I think that the idea would be that if you're approaching things from a certain point of view, it's not to say that a Christian would approach this any differently than someone Jewish.
Every religion has a version of this, but if there's a way to do what you consider suitable, that's probably the best thing to do.