Exploring the intersections of law, religion and culture.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010
Church and State (An Occasional Series).
I snapped this photo at the Long Beach Grand Prix this past weekend. In this single shot, you have an individual exercising his First Amendment rights with a sign reading, "BELIEVE ON THE LORD JESUS CHRIST AND THOU SHALT BE SAVED. ACTS 16:31", and police officers talking to him about it.
Location: Newport Beach, California, United States
Like the blog motto, my background is an intersection of law and theology.
I hold three graduate degrees. Two are in law (a J.D. and an LL.M. in Taxation), and one is in theology.
In law school, I served on the Law Review, and received the American Jurisprudence Award in Trial Advocacy.
Likewise, my professional background is an intersection of law and education.
In addition to being a named partner in an A-V rated Newport Beach, California trial and appellate law firm, emphasizing business and real estate, I've taught Constitutional law, civil procedure and ethics in law school. I am also a published author.
I live at the beach in Southern California, and am a fitness, book, music, film and travel enthusiast.
Reach me at rjr (at) reichradcliffe (dot) com.
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