This collection of essays continues BYU Law School’s effort to build an architecture of ideas to assist lawyers in their endeavor to integrate religious faith with commitment to the highest professional ideals. The Life in the Law series, of which this is the third volume, recaptures highlights from the Law School's Clark Memorandum and also collects from other settings some of the most thoughtful insights by LDS lawyers and lawyers of other faiths. These essays acknowledge that while the law is a noble profession, it is fraught with potholes and traps for the unwary. In The Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan provided an allegory to assist 17th-century travelers as they wended their way from this world to the heavenly city. With wit and wisdom, the contributors to Life in the Law: Religious Conviction undertake a similar challenge for 21st-century lawyers.
Rasband, James R., "Preface: Life in the Law: Religious Conviction" (2013). Vol. 3: Religious Conviction. 3.