Professor Michael Helfand Presents "There Are No Unconstitutional Conditions on Free Exercise" -- Notre Dame Law Review Symposium
Professor Michael A. Helfand presented "There Are No Unconstitutional Conditions on Free Exercise" at the University of Notre Dame Law Review Symposium on Unconstitutional Condititions and Religious Liberty. The conference was held on October 24.
From University of Notre Dame Law:
The Notre Dame Law Review presents its first symposium of the year, “Unconstitutional Conditions and Religious Liberty.” The symposium is a collaboration with the Notre Dame Law School Religious Liberty Initiative.
The symposium will feature religious liberty experts from all across the country, including: Thomas Berg of the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Elizabeth Clark of Brigham Young University, Marc DeGirolami of St. John's University School of Law, Michael Helfand of Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, Michael Moreland of Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, Lloyd Mayer of Notre Dame Law School, Lucia Silecchia of the Catholic University's Columbus School of Law, and religious liberty lawyer and author Asma Uddin.
Additional information may be found at Notre Dame Law Review Symposium