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McDonald Lecture 2016 available as webcast

McDonald Lecture 2016 available as webcast

The McDonald Distinguished Scholar Lecture on Christian Scholarship, "Christianity and Human Flourishing: The Role of law and Politics," is available as a webcast.

Hucks to give first religious freedom lecture

Hucks to give first religious freedom lecture

Tracey Hucks, PhD, an expert in Africana religions in the disapora, will give CSLR's first Restoring Religious Freedom lecture.

CSLR Senior Fellow's reference book wins Dartmouth Medal

CSLR Senior Fellow's reference book wins Dartmouth Medal

A reference book edited by CSLR Senior Fellow Brent Strawn has won the 2016 Dartmouth Medal.

Fourth edition of Witte textbook published

Fourth edition of Witte textbook published

The Witte classic has been updated with help from students.

Two CSLR students to clerk for Supreme Court of Israel this summer

Two CSLR students to clerk for Supreme Court of Israel this summer

Amin Sadri (JD 2016) and Kurtis Anderson (JD 2017) will serve as foreign law clerks at the Supreme Court of Israel this summer.

Goldfeder meets "Suits" actor who inspired course content

Goldfeder meets "Suits" actor who inspired course content

Mark Goldfeder got to meet his favorite actor from the TV show "Suits," which inspired his course syllabus.

Tobias Tatum wins best oralist at international competition

Tobias Tatum wins best oralist at international competition

Tobias Tatum (JD 2016) won Best Oralist in an international moot competition in Venice, Italy held March 9, 10 and 11.

Barnett presents paper at international conference

Barnett presents paper at international conference

Ashley Barnett (JD 2016), presented her paper on religious establishment versus religious culture.