Wayne Law Review's Symposium: The Evolution of Religious Liberty
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wayne Law Review's symposium, The Evolution of Religious Liberty, will bring together leading legal scholars from across the country to explore and discuss the rapidly changing parameters of religious freedom in the United States. Consisting of four one-hour panels, the symposium will address the various repercussions of recent Supreme Court decisions and what these cases mean for the future. With a diverse array of expert contributors, the symposium will provide invaluable insights into contemporary legal debates that show no signs of slowing down.
A continental breakfast begins a 9 a.m., panel discussions begin at 10 a.m., lunch at 12:30 p.m., and closing remarks will end at 4 p.m.
The full schedule will be posted when speaker panel times are confirmed.
- Thomas Berg (St. Thomas Law School)
- Chad Flanders (St. Louis University School of Law)
- Charlotte Garden (University of Minnesota Law School)
- Michael Helfand (Pepperdine Caruso School of Law)
- Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern Law School)
- Jim Oleske (Lewis & Clark Law Scvhool)
- Lisa Shaw Roy (California Western School of Law)
- Faraz Sanei (University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law school)
- Amy Sepinwall (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
- Nomi Stolzenberg (University of Southern California Law School)
- Asma Uddin (Catholic University of America)
- Christopher Lund (Wayne State Law School)
For more information contact James O'Dea, Symposium Editor for the Wayne Law Review, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please RSVP for continental breakfast and/or lunch by October 4, 2023.