Announcing the Colloquium in Law: Law and Religion

The Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s University School of Law is pleased to announce an exciting new seminar for Spring 2012, Colloquium in Law: Law and Religion.

This course invites leading law and religion scholars to make presentations to a small audience of students and faculty.  The following speakers have confirmed:

January 30: Philip Hamburger (Columbia University School of Law)

February 13: M. Cathleen Kaveny (Notre Dame Law School)

March 5: Joseph Weiler (NYU Law School)

March 19: Michael McConnell (Stanford Law School)

April 2: Justice Antonin Scalia

April 16: Ayelet Shachar (University of Toronto Faculty of Law)

Topics will be announced shortly.

Each session of the Colloquium will run from 4:00 to 6:00 in the third-floor faculty library.  Interested faculty members in the New York area and beyond  are invited to attend and participate.

Please email the Colloquium’s co-organizers, Marc DeGirolami (degirolm@stjohns.edu) or Mark Movsesian (movsesim@stjohns.edu), if you would like to attend.  — MOD

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