Researcher Seeks Buddhist Lawyers
Deborah J. Cantrell, Associate Professor & Director of Clinical Programs, University of Colorado Law School writes:
My summer research project is to start to craft an ethnography of lawyers who are also Buddhist practitioners. I hope my project will expand the body of qualitative empirical scholarship that investigates the ways in which lawyers bring value systems to bear on their lawyering practice. My goal is to interview 15-20 lawyers from different practice areas, different geographic areas, and different Buddhist practices. I expect my phone
interview will take 60-90 minutes and that I would likely follow up with participants a couple of times via phone or e-mail. I’m hoping to conduct the majority of my interviews in May.
If you would be interested in participating in the project, email her at: Deborah.Cantrell@colorado.edu