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    07.09.10 Brooklyn Law School Hosts Inaugural Law and Religion Roundtable
    Law and Religion Roundtable

    Brooklyn Law School recently hosted the Inaugural Annual Law and Religion Roundtable, a new forum designed to give scholars of religious freedom a place to share cutting-edge works and engage in discipline-shaping conversations. The Roundtable focused on sessions in which scholars presented works in progress.

    The Roundtable was organized by Nelson Tebbe, Associate Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, together with Richard Garnett of Notre Dame Law School and Paul Horwitz of the University of Alabama School of Law.

    "The first Roundtable was tremendous,” Professor Tebbe said. “We set out to create a forum that would lend shape and coherence to the nationwide conversation among scholars about religious freedom, and during this first meeting we took an important step toward achieving that goal."

    Participants in the Roundtable included:

    • Patrick Brennan, Villanova University School of Law
    • Alan Brownstein, University of California, Davis, School of Law
    • Zachary Calo, Valparaiso University School of Law
    • Caroline Mala Corbin, University of Miami School of Law
    • Perry Dane, Rutgers University School of Law
    • Marc DeGirolami, St. John’s University School of Law
    • Mary Jean Dolan, The John Marshall Law School
    • Christopher Eisgruber, Princeton University
    • Chad Flanders, St. Louis University School of Law
    • Kent Greenawalt, Columbia University School of Law
    • Abner Greene, Fordham University School of Law
    • Jessie Hill, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
    • Paul Horwitz, The University of Alabama School of Law
    • Andrew Koppelman, Northwestern University School of Law
    • Ira C. Lupu, The George Washington University Law School
    • Chris Lund, Wayne State University Law School
    • Bernadette Meyler, Cornell Law School
    • Mark Modak-Truran, Mississippi College School of Law
    • Michael Moreland, Villanova University School of Law
    • Mark Movsesian, St. John’s University School of Law
    • Michael Perry, Emory University School of Law
            University of San Diego School of Law and Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies, 2009-2012
    • Frank Ravitch, Michigan State University College of Law
    • Micah Schwartzman, University of Virginia School of Law
    • Steven Shiffrin, Cornell Law School
    • Steven Smith, University of San Diego School of Law
    • Robert Tuttle, The George Washington University Law School
    • Amy Uelmen, Fordham University School of Law
    • Laura Underkuffler, Cornell Law School
    • Rob Vischer, University of St. Thomas School of Law
    • Robin Wilson, Washington & Lee University School of Law

    Professor Tebbe teaches constitutional law, religion and the law, and professional responsibility. His scholarship focuses on the relationship between religious traditions and constitutional law, both in the United States and abroad. His articles have appeared in the Georgetown Law Journal, Journal of Religion, Michigan Law Review, and University of Pennsylvania Law Review. He is Chair Elect of the Law and Religion Section of the Association of American Law Schools.