Join Wayne Law Review Symposium “The Evolution of Religious Liberty” Oct. 13, 2023

Detroit, MI - Wayne State University is hosting a Law Review Symposium entitled “The Evolution of Religious Liberty” on Friday, Oct. 13, 2023, which will bring together leading legal scholars from across the country to explore and discuss the rapidly changing parameters of religious freedom in the United States. Attendees will learn invaluable insights into contemporary legal debates that show no signs of slowing down. The symposium will also address the various repercussions of recent Supreme Court decisions and what these cases mean for the future.

The event will consist of four, one-hour panels and begins with opening remarks at 10 a.m. Lunch will take place at 12:30 p.m. The symposium will end with closing remarks at 3:30 p.m.

Wayne Law Review Symposium: “The Evolution of Religious Liberty”

October 13, 2023

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Wayne State University Law School, Damon J. Keith Center, Room 2242

Panelists and Moderators include:

Moderator: Prof. Brad Roth (Wayne State)

  • Prof. Michael Helfand (Pepperdine)
  • Prof. Nomi Stolzenberg (USC)
  • Prof. Asma Uddin (Catholic)

Moderator: Prof. Mark Satta (Wayne State)

  • Prof. Chad Flanders (St. Louis)
  • Prof. James Oleske (Lewis & Clark)
  • Prof. Amy Sepinwall (Penn)

Moderator: Dan Dalton (Partner at Dalton & Tomich)

  • Prof. Charlotte Garden (Minnesota)
  • Prof. Christopher Lund (Wayne State)
  • Prof. Faraz Sanei (Arkansas)

Moderator: Prof. Jonathan Weinberg (Wayne State)

  • Prof. Thomas Berg (St. Thomas)
  • Prof. Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern)

For the full schedule and to RSVP, visit the Symposium web page. (Direct link is

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Contact: Jennifer Kennedy

Phone: 313-577-4629


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