BYU International Center for Law and Religion Studies will hold their annual conference Monday, 6–Wednesday, 8 July. The Annual Review will provide an up-to-date review for lawyers and nonlawyers on religious freedom challenges in the United States and around the world. In both workshop and lecture settings, the BYU International Center for Law and Religion Studies and selected experts will update participants on important topics, including:

• The Why of Religious Freedom: Key Issues in Their Practical Context
• Cultural and Political Trends Impacting Religion and Religious Freedom
• Legal Trends in the U.S. That Impact Religious Liberty: Judicial, Legislative, and Executive Developments
• Effective Interfaith Cooperation on Religious Freedom
• Working with State and Local Governments on Religious Freedom Issues
• Religious Freedom Issues in Public Schools
• The Outlook for Legislation Affecting Religious Freedom
• Civility in Religious Freedom Advocacy
• Law and Religion Overview: A Primer for Nonlawyers and a Refresher for Nonspecialist Lawyers
• The Religious Freedom Implications of the Supreme Court’s Decision on Same-Sex Marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges
• Religious Freedom Issues in the Workplace
• Effective Use of Traditional and Social Media in Promoting Religious Freedom
• Promoting Religious Freedom through Strengthening Judiciaries Internationally
• Ethics in Law and Religion Representation

Registration Details (PDF)
Full Agenda (PDF)