Educational seminar: Preview of Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania

Claud Mccoid

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<p>Today at noon, we held a webinar just before the oral argument in <em><u>Small Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania.</u></em> Eric Citron of Goldstein & Russell and Nelson Tebbe of Cornell Law School led a discussion for law university college students on the circumstance and religious independence jurisprudence. A recording of the webinar is readily available under.</p>
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The circumstance will be argued at ten a.m. on Wednesday, Could six, with are living audio entry on the blog. We will host a different webinar to speak about the argument, at twelve p.m. on Friday, Could 8. Be a part of us to talk to issues in this article. The write-up-argument webinar will also be are living-streamed on the blog.

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