Updates and Inspiration -- JRCLS Happenings Volume 13: Issue 7

   
 

Announcements

Third Annual Religious Freedom Student Writing Competition

The J. Reuben Clark Law Society and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at BYU are holding a Religious Freedom Student Writing Competition. The purpose of the competition is “to promote legal and academic studies in the field of religious liberty by law students and students pursuing related graduate studies.” Papers should be submitted by e-mail to papers@jrclsdc.org. For more information, please contact Jennifer at (703) 981-1419 or papers@jrclsdc.org, or visit: http://iclrs.org/index.php?pageId=1&contentId=1&blurbId=1719.

 

JRCLS Australasia Pacific Conference

The Annual JRCLS Australasia Pacific Conference will be held June 1-4, 2012 in New Zealand. Please visit the following website to view videos advertising the conference: http://www.jrcls.org/news/item.php?num=3768. To obtain a registration and program pamphlet, e-mail Thomas@sutcliffe.co.nz.

 

IRCLS Discussion Series

On Wednesday, May 2, 2012 from noon to 1:00 p.m. MST Dr. David M. Kirkham will present on "Human Rights, the Constitution, and Religious Liberty."  Please visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/188506576 to register for the webinar or attend in person in Room 472 of the J. Reuben Clark Law School Building on the BYU campus.

   
 

Inspirational Thought

In the end, what ultimately carries the day is that religious freedom is a true principle. It is a principle of justice. The just and honorable people of this earth recognize its validity. A nation that fails to respect it cannot claim to be just. We must do all in our power to make it a common heritage of all mankind.

—W. Cole Durham, Jr., "The Doctrine of Religious Freedom,"
Devotional Address, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
April 3, 2001

   
 

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