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SCLC | Comparing Religious Liberty: A Roundtable Discussion

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Published on Apr 16, 2013

On April 3, 2013, Stanford's Constitutional Law Center hosted "Comparing Religious Liberty: A Roundtable Discussion."
The discussion, which focused on religious liberty in France, Turkey and the U.S., was moderated by Jim Sonne, director of Stanford's Religious Liberty Clinic with Stanford Law School Professors Michael McConnell & Jack Rakove, Assistant Professor Kabir Tambar from Stanford's Department of Anthropology and Denis Lacorne from SciencesPo Paris serving as featured speakers.

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