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Originally presented: November 9, 2021 | Course length: 1.0 hour
Religious freedom cases were particularly prominent this last year, and the current Supreme Court appears far more likely to rule in favor of religious rights. Moreover, while the Court still has cases involving classic minority faiths like Islam and Judaism, the most high-profile cases involve larger faiths clashing with nondiscrimination or COVID-19 restrictions. Join Professor Thomas Berg, a religious freedom expert, for a review of the key issues and cases from 2021 and explore what these recent cases and decisions may tell us about the foreseeable future of the First Amendment’s free exercise clause.
– Professor Thomas C. Berg; University of St. Thomas School of Law
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