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Teresa Collett, Real-Life Hero

I have had the great privilege of being mentored by one of the leading lights (if grossly underappreciated) of the legal academy, Teresa Collett.

I served as a Blackstone Intern for Professor Collett this past summer, and it was a crash course in constitutional litigation. It was a fantastic experience doing some very important work.

At any given moment, Professor Collett is selflessly (usually pro bono) working on numerous cases around the country defending the rights of the unborn, the sanctity of marriage, and the dignity of the human person.

In a series of recent exchanges, Prof. Collett has addressed the question of whether or not it is a "sin against the Gospel" to deny priestly ordination to men of homosexual orientation. You can see the latest post in the exchange at Mirror of Justice, another of our favorite blogs.


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