Welcome to the webpage of the Orthodox Christian Attorney Network (OCAN)! We are an informal group of Orthodox attorneys from various jurisdictions who desire to meet together and discover how we can serve our Lord through the legal profession.
2021 OCAN Conference
October 29-30, 2021
The 2021 OCAN conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas, October 29-30, in conjunction with the 2021 Christian Legal Society National Conference. The OCAN conference will be hybrid - choose to attend in person in San Antonio or virtually online. More details to come.
In 2017, nearly 30 Orthodox attorneys gathered for an inspiring first-ever national pan-Orthodox attorney meeting as part of Christian Legal Society's National Conference. We now hold this meeting annually every fall in locations around the nation. Learn more about our past events at:
2019 Orthodox Christian Attorney Conference (Chicago, IL)
2018 Orthodox Christian Attorney Conference (Clearwater Beach, FL)
2017 Orthodox Christian Attorney Conference (Newport Beach, CA)
OCAN on Ancient Faith Ministries
Check out the Orthodox Christian Attorney Network featured on Ancient Faith Radio podcasts!
"Orthodox Christian Attorney Conference" - Bobby Maddex interviews Joan Berg, co-chair of the 2019 Orthodox Christian Attorney Conference.
"You Have Been Called!" - On the first episode of his multi-part series on "living your calling," host Bill Marianes interviews Matthew Namee and Joan Berg, two Orthodox attorneys who have evidenced a willingness to use their God-given skills and abilities to serve His Church.
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DISCLAIMER OF ENDORSEMENT
The Orthodox Christian Attorney Network is committed to serving as a forum for attorneys of various backgrounds to come together to discuss how to live out their Orthodox Christian faith in their practice. Any reference to any person or organization does not constitute or imply any endorsement, recommendation or approval by the Orthodox Christian Attorney Network or Christian Legal Society of such person or organization, including their activities, products or services. The views or opinions of any speaker, panelist or moderator are their own and do not necessarily state or represent the views of the Orthodox Christian Attorney Network or Christian Legal Society.