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Orange County Event on Religious Liberty

Next Thursday, April 25, I will be back in my native California to take part in a discussion with Stanford law professor James Sonne in an event titled “Religious Liberty in the New Millennium.” (I promise to limit my reflections to the very early part of this millennium.) The lunchtime event in Irvine is jointly sponsored by the Orange County lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society, the St. Thomas More Society of Orange County, and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. CLE credit is available. More info here.

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