May 17, 2019
Zephyr Institute

Different Faiths, Same Cause: Protecting Religious Liberty in the U.S.

A Zephyr Salon with Professor James A. Sonne (Stanford Law School)
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Different Faiths, Same Cause: Protecting Religious Liberty in the U.S.

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May 17, 2019
Zephyr Institute
560 College Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306, USA

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May employers deny jobs to applicants who request religious accommodations? Should religion factor into immigration policy? Do death row inmates have a right to accompaniment by a chaplain of their faith? Lawmakers, employers and institutions have posed new challenges to religious freedom in recent years. Under the direction of Professor James A. Sonne, the Religious Liberty Clinic at Stanford Law School is building bridges across faiths to help promote a culture of religious flourishing.

 

In this salon-style conversation, we asked Professor Sonne about his bridge-building work, why U.S. law protects religious liberty, how it determines the limits of religious accommodations in the face of competing interests, and related questions our attendees brought to the discussion.

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JAMES A. SONNE

JAMES A. SONNE

Professor of Law and Founding Director, Religious Liberty Clinic, Stanford Law School

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