If you can’t stand courtroom reality television–or even if you love it–Nate Romano has a program you’re sure to like.
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Nathaniel Romano SJ is studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University in Berkeley, CA. He has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School and is a member of the state bars of Nebraska and Wisconsin. Nothing in this article is intended as legal advice or to solicit or otherwise establish an attorney-client relationship. Nate was ordained a priest in 2018.
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The Dangers of a Politicized Judiciary
TJP legal affairs contributor Nate Romano takes a look at a Supreme Court issue and challenges us to better.
The Gospel of Intimacy: Pictures Worth a Thousand Words
As St. Ignatius put it, “Love ought to be made known by deeds more than words.”
Worth Reading: Good Lawyers, Bad Situations
Nate Romano calls our attention to a lawyer who’s “unsticking the victim” in cases of domestic violence.
Worth Reading: An Interview with Antonin Scalia
From the Supreme Pontiff to the Supreme Court, eye-opening interviews are all the rage.
When Good Laws Go Bad
Thought the law would protect you when you needed it most? Think again. TJP law contributor Nate Romano would like to tell you about so-called nuisance laws.
TJP Salutes Constitution Day!
“A constitution should be short and obscure.” – Napoleon. “A TJP post should be brief and enlightening.” – Our own Nate Romano.
The Transcendent Art of Video Games
Could a video a video game be a Portal (see what we did there?!?) to an experience of the transcendent? Nate Romano thinks so.
A New Approach To Crime and Punishment
Popsicles, back-to-school sales, sentencing reform. That’s just the kind of late-summer conversation our Nate Romano loves.