Annual Conference 2012 | Nootbaar Institute | School of Law | Pepperdine University

Annual Conference 2012

The Competing Claims of Law & Religion: Who Should Influence Whom?
Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, California
February 23-25, 2012

On February 23-25, Pepperdine will host the third Religious Legal Theory conference. We will deal with: "The Competing Claims of Law & Religion: Who Should Influence Whom?" Some speakers will address the topic as a matter of constitutional law, some as a matter of "good citizenship," some as a matter of religious faith.  The speakers who have already agreed to speak at the conference include:

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na‛im (Emory)
Caroline Corbin (Miami)
Marc DeGirolami (St. John's)
Mohammad Fadel (Toronto)
Marie Failinger (Hamline)
Chad Flanders (St. Louis)
Richard Garnett (Notre Dame)
Fred Gedicks (BYU)
James Davison Hunter (Virginia)
Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern)
Michael Moreland (Villanova)
David Opderbeck (Seton Hall)
Michael Paulsen (St. Thomas)
Lisa Shaw Roy (Mississippi)
Ayelet Shachar (Toronto)
Steven Smith (San Diego)
Suzanne Last Stone (Cardozo)
Nelson Tebbe (Brooklyn)
Eugene Volokh (UCLA)
Samuel Levine (Touro)

 

This conference is sponsored by the Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics and co-sponsored by the Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies. Further information and a full conference schedule will appear here.