The Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Mandates, Choices and Liberties

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) 19th annual Edward Brodsky Legal Conference addresses “The Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Mandates, Choices, and Liberties”. It focuses on situations where a religious or religiously-affiliated individual or entity is engaged in secular activities and is testing the limits of religious freedom by seeking exemption from government requirements, e.g., the contraception mandate, anti-bullying education in public school, civil rights laws, etc.

The panel is moderated by Noah Feldman and panelists are David Barkey, ADL,; John Malcolm, Heritage Foundation; Louise Melling, ACLU; and Professor Marc O. Degirolami, Associate Professor of Law; Associate Director, Center for Law and Religion at St. John’s University.