Professor Robert Pushaw Presents “Why Interpretation of Literary and Religious Texts Is Great Preparation for Law School” — Wheaton College

May 2, 2019 | Professor Robert J. Pushaw presented “Why Interpretation of Literary and Religious Texts Is Great Preparation for Law School” at the 2019 Kamm Memorial Lecture on Jurisprudence held at Wheaton College on April 24. The Kamm Memorial Lecture is part of Wheaton College’s Politics and International Relations Lecture Series.

From Wheaton College, Kamm Memorial Lecture

The Kamm Memorial Fund supports lectures and law-related symposia on campus. Recent speakers include David Skeel, Barbara Armacost, John Witte Jr., Richard Garnett, and William Stuntz.

Dr. S. Richey Kamm, a Wheaton professor of history and political science for 34 years, had a remarkable impact on the lives of many undergraduates. As a teacher of political theory and constitutional history, he stimulated interest in public affairs and encouraged the study and practice of the law. To honor the legacy of this outstanding professor, friends and former students created the fund.

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