Thomas More lecture on faith, work and civic life John T. Broderick, Jr.
Chief Justice Broderick speaks about his profession, vocation, and ethical opportunities and challenges.
|Format:||Electronic Software eBook|
|Series:||CREC Listen and learn.
|Online Access:||Listen Online|
|Summary:||Chief Justice Broderick speaks about his profession, vocation, and ethical opportunities and challenges.|
|Item Description:||Title from CREC Listen and Learn website.|
Date of lecture: March 23, 2009.
Sponsored by Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture.
Chief Justice John T. Broderick, a member of the Holy Cross Class of 1969, was sworn in as chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court in 2004. Prior to his swearing in, he was an associate justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court since his appointment in 1995. He is an advocate for making legal services more accessible, affordable and efficient for all.
The Thomas More Lecture on Faith, Work and Civic Life honors a graduate of Holy Cross who exemplifies the College's dedication to the integration of faith and learning.
|Physical Description:||1 sound file (58 min., 18 sec.) : digital, MP3 file.|
|Format:||Available online and as an iTunes download.|
System requirements: Windows or Mac computer, Internet access, iTunes software.