The Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s Law School is pleased to announce its third biennial Colloquium in Law and Religion, scheduled for Spring 2016. This seminar invites leading law and religion scholars to make presentations to a small audience of students and faculty.
The following speakers have confirmed:
February 1: Brett G. Scharffs (Brigham Young University School of Law)
February 16: Robin Fretwell Wilson (University of Illinois School of Law)
February 29: Robert P. George (Princeton University)
March 14: Mark Tushnet (Harvard Law School)
April 4: Justice Samuel A. Alito (United States Supreme Court)
April 18: Elizabeth H. Prodromou (Boston University & Tufts University Fletcher School of Diplomacy)
Topics will be announced at a future date.
For more information or if you would like to attend the sessions, please contact the colloquium’s organizers, Marc DeGirolami (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mark Movsesian (email@example.com). For information about past colloquia, please click here, Spring 2012, and here, Spring 2014 (hosted with Villanova Law School).
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