Professor Michael Helfand Presents "Contract Commitments and the Right to Change Religion" -- Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal Symposium
Professor Michael A. Helfand presented "Contract Commitments and the Right to Change Religion" at the Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal Symposium on April 8.
From Loyola University Chicago:
This one-day conference will explore the concept of Religious Liberty, a perennial issue of vital importance in terms of how people live their lives and how society is structured. It is also a timely issue given the numerous and significant legal developments within the past few years, including from the Supreme Court's most recent term. Notable areas include religious accommodations to anti-discrimination laws, public funding and religious entities, government displays of religious symbols, and the intersection of religious conscience and healthcare. The conference panels will be organized to discuss these issues, amongst others, from a variety of different perspectives. The Law Journal has assembled a group of leading scholars who will not simply exchange different points of view, but who will engage in a genuine and meaningful dialogue with one another in order to push the field of study forward.