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Religious Freedom Restoration Acts

Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, which once enjoyed broad bipartisan support, have become lightning rods of controversy over the past two years. In this talk, Jim Oleske discusses how efforts to extend RFRA rights into the commercial marketplace have prompted considerable backlash. Oleske is an Associate Professor at Lewis & Clark Law School. Prior to joining Lewis & Clark in 2011, Professor Oleske worked in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs. He was the 2014 recipient of an excellence in teaching award. His research focuses on the intersection of religious liberty and other constitutional values.

Presenter : 
James Oleske
Sunday, April 10, 2016