A Roger Williams University School of Law virtual Symposium
Did the Founders intend the United States of America to be a Christian nation? Does it violate the Establishment Clause of the Constitution to have a Latin cross on a World War One memorial on a public highway or a crèche on the front lawn of a town hall, or to open a meeting of a public body with the Lord’s Prayer? How should history be used to resolve such questions? The Roger Williams University School of Law assembles some of the nation’s most prominent scholars for a one-day, virtual symposium.
$25 includes all symposium virtual sessions and 6.5 Rhode Island MCLE credits.
RWU students and members of the judiciary may attend the symposium complimentary but registration is required.
The last day to register is Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
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