• Nahmod Presentation on Religion Clauses

    by  • October 6, 2014 • Faculty Commentary, Faculty Workshops/ Conferences, Multimedia • 0 Comments

    On September 30, professor and constitutional law expert Sheldon Nahmod led a discussion on the theory and jurisprudence of the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment, with a focus on the recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Town of Greece v. Galloway and Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. View a video of the talk below:

    The event was sponsored by Chicago-Kent chapters of the American Constitution Society, Federalist Society, Christian Legal Society, Muslim Law Students Association and Jewish Law Students Association (Decalogue). Visit Professor Nahmod’s blog for more insights into constitutional law issues.

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