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Oct. 4 CAMBA panel on Religious Liberty

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 5:38 PM | SABA DC Communications (Administrator)

Capital Area Muslim Bar Association and

Georgetown University Muslim Law Students Association

present

Religious Liberty: 

Understanding the Implications for a post-Kennedy 

Supreme Court 

October 4, 2018

6:30 - 8:00pm (doors open at 6pm)

Georgetown University Law Center

600 New Jersey Ave, NW

 

In recent years, critical religious liberty issues have frequently divided the Supreme Court and impacted the fundamental rights of many communities.  The Trump administration's replacement of Justice Kennedy – the Court's often-crucial swing vote – raises a number of questions as to how these important issues will be impacted now and in the future.  Come listen to our panel of legal experts working on the frontline of these issues as they assess how this post-Kennedy Court may use the religious liberty framework to affect religious minorities, reproductive rights, and the LGBT community.

 

Panelists

Sarah Warbelow, Legal Director at Human Rights Campaign

Daniel Mach, Director of ACLU's Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief

Dena Sher, Assistant Legislative Director at Americans United for Separation of Church and State

Moderated by Juvaria Khan, Staff Attorney at Muslim Advocates

 

Please RSVP here.



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