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Law and Religion

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In our pluralistic world, a variety of oft-conflicting perspectives informs our understanding of moral and political ideas of justice. Additionally, legal cases increasingly span across borders and involve participants with no shared tradition, creating tensions that reflect fundamental moral conflicts. These resources explore how religion grounds, shapes, and conflicts with our legal systems.

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Michael Kessler

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Department of Government and Georgetown Law

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June 8, 2022

Ballroom A/B, Closing Plenary Session (English) (Video)

Duration: 1 hours 56 minutes

June 7, 2022

Ballroom D, 2nd Session, Extending welcome from faith communities at the US-Mexico border (English) (Video)

Duration: 1 hours 21 minutes

June 7, 2022

Ballroom A/B, 3rd Session, Responding to the challenges of freedom of conscience and religion (EN) (Video)

Duration: 1 hours 22 minutes

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