Father Robert Drinan, a former Massachusetts congressman who still teaches classes in legal ethics and human rights at Georgetown University Law Center, has had much to celebrate of late: the Democratic midterm election victories, his 86th birthday and the establishment of an endowed chair in human rights in his name at Georgetown. At the ceremony, Yale Law School Dean Harold Koh called Drinan "a father in more senses than one. He is the father of a remarkable revolution -- a human rights revolution."
Father Robert Drinan -- Former Congressman, Legal Ethicist -- Going Strong at 86
December 8, 2006
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