Meetings at which participants present original papers on a law and religion topic. The inaugural conference, which focused on the justifications, scope and implications of “The Freedom of the Church in the Modern Era,” was held in 2012.
Lectures feature a noted speaker on a law and religion topic and are open to the general public.
Debates between two or more prominent figures on a law and religion topic that are open to the general public. The inaugural debate in 2012 between Notre Dame Law School’s Richard Garnett and Northwestern University School of Law’s Andrew Koppelman explored whether religious freedom in America is at risk.