Last month, I posted the welcome news that Stanford has started the nation’s first law school clinic focusing on religious liberty. This week, at CLR Forum, the blog of the St. John’s Center for Law and Religion, the new clinic’s director, Jim Sonne, answers a few questions about the project. Among other things, Jim discusses the clinic’s background, the sort of cases and clients it hopes to attract, the reception the clinic has received at Stanford, and the difference between a “religious liberty” and a “religion” clinic. You can access the interview here.
Mark Movsesian is Director of the Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s University.