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  1. One of many suggestions the Law Societies may want to consider is to grant the approval of faith based schools the same as seminaries do for the profession of theology and to have them identify to every client that their beliefs are A,B,C, etc. before they are retained and instructed.
    Clients wishing to use their services on those terms would be free to do so, while those uncomfortable with or opposed to such beliefs and terms of practise would reject or decline to retain that particular lawyer. After all, so far lawyers have not had to proclaim their religious belief in order to graduate. There are lawyers from every existing faith and many who are of no faith or spiritual belief whatsoever. Yet they are all lawyers.
    Why should a faith based law school be any different than Oral Roberts University which only teaches theology and produces Christian ministers?

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