Law

Fania Davis and sujatha baliga

Restorative Justice: Spiritual Resources for Sustainable Peace in Communities

October 3, 2017

Religions and the Practice of Peace kicked off its 2017-18 colloquium dinner series October 5 with a talk focusing on the restorative justice approach. It will explore restorative justice, its spiritual dimensions, and the potential contributions of its approach to advancing sustainable peace in communities and the world.... Read more about Restorative Justice: Spiritual Resources for Sustainable Peace in Communities

'It Can Be Done'

'It Can Be Done'

October 14, 2016

Karen Tse had a vision. As a second-year student at HDS in the late 1990s, she imagined founding an organization that would end the use of torture by law enforcement around the world.... Read more about 'It Can Be Done'

Christopher Hampson

Credit to His Faith

October 24, 2014

For Christopher Hampson, issues around debt forgiveness involve both moral and legal dimensions, and pursuing a joint degree at Harvard Divinity School (HDS) and Harvard Law School (HLS) enables him to think through the many dimensions of creditor-debtor relationships through the lens of religious traditions as well as through legal parameters.... Read more about Credit to His Faith