Laying Down the Law to Build Up a Just Society
Have you ever thought about how laws are made? What are unjust laws? What is the difference between legality and morality? What political or social influence could you have as a lawyer? Does your Catholic faith matter in how you practice law? How do you become a lawyer? What are the rewards and challenges of being a Catholic lawyer? As a graduate of Lewis and Clark Law School, Jeff has practiced law for 10 years, assisting businesses and individuals in a wide range of legal matters while maintaining the ethical principles of his Catholic faith, and raising a family with his beautiful wife, Rachel. If you’ve ever thought about being a lawyer or have questions about the field of law, come and learn what this profession is all about and its implications on our society.
Jeff Lindberg is a convert to the Catholic faith, having joined the Church at the Easter Vigil on March 29, 1997. Jeff is an attorney in private practice with offices in Washington and Oregon. Jeff and his wife, Rachel have been married for 16 years and have been blessed with seven children. They live outside of Battle Ground, Washington and are active parishioners at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Vancouver. Jeff and Rachel and two of their sons have a bluegrass band called Dinkins Mill.