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Executive Director of TIU’s Center for Bioethics Human Dignity Paige Cunningham will be speaking at Olivet Nazarene University on November 21. Cunningham’s presentation, entitled “Outsourcing Our Bodies: Dignity, Desire, and Human Flourishing,” will focus on displacing the current discussion of the value of the human body as a resource or [Read More]

Trinity Law School has announced that Dean Myron Steeves has been elected to Christian Legal Society’s board of directors. Located in over 1,000 cities in the U.S., the Christian Legal Society (CLS) is a membership organization of Christian attorneys, judges, law students, and other legal professionals dedicated to serving Jesus [Read More]

Lauren Hough, 20, a senior at William Jessup University’s School of Public Policy, is the first recipient of Trinity Law School’s God and Governing Award for her thesis project, “Addressing Persecution of the Church as a Human Rights Concern.” The God and Governing Award is presented to a graduating senior [Read More]

President Williford Announces Departure

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Dr. Craig Williford announced that he will not renew his five-year contract as president of Trinity International University, which ends June 30, 2014. Starting July 1, 2013, he will be on sabbatical throughout the 2013–2014 academic year. He and Carolyn hope to move closer to family in Colorado, while seeking [Read More]

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January Evidence from Trinity Law School

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In This Issue Christmas Outreach Visiting Professor from Handong School of Law Renovations on Campus Connect2Need Update Shoe Boxes Packed; Family Adopted Each semester, Professor Daniele Le encourages her students to participate in a service project. This past November, the students in her Legal Research and Writing 1 class eagerly [Read More]

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Trinity Law School National Moot Court Winners

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TLS students Sadara Mayhan and Viviana Escobar
Trinity Law School students Sadara Mayhan and Viviana Escobar earned awards for their achievements during the National and Western Regionals of the National Black Law Students Association Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition. As a team competing against 20 teams [Read More]

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