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About this project

The Restoring Religious Freedom Project launched in 2015 to give students hands-on experience while providing accessible, nonpartisan information and opening up new opportunities for dialogue. Made possible by an anonymous $1 million gift, this four-year project provides students with internships and externships as well as the opportunity to work on amicus briefs and religious freedom cases. Through conferences and lectures, the project convenes scholars and students from around the world to share research in this growing field.

Mark Goldfeder

Mark Goldfeder


As with all CSLR projects, the Restoring Religious Freedom Project represents the work and the viewpoints of participating scholars and students. It does not represent the viewpoint of CSLR.