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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Religious Legal Theory Conference

For those in and around Southern California the next couple of days, I wanted to alert you to a conference on "The Competing Claims of Law and Religion:  Who Should Influence Whom?"  The Conference will be in Malibu Thursday afternoon through Saturday.  The general conference webpage is here, and a full list of the spectacular group of speakers is here.  Among others, leading scholars such as Abdullahi Ahmen An-Nai'Im, Andrew Koppelman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Ayelet Shachar, Steven Smith, Suzzane Stone, and this blog's own Rick Garnett and Paul Horwitz will be presenting.  Here's hoping to see you in Malibu!

Posted by Trey Childress on February 22, 2012 at 01:23 PM | Permalink


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