Period 1

Constitutional Law: First Amendment Religious Freedom and the “Trump” Court

The class will review important Constitutional cases forming a framework for the extent to which government may be involved with or restrict religion. The last two classes will be devoted to recent and upcoming cases pitting the first amendment against the right to privacy, LGBTQ rights, and the rights of local governments to restrict religious institutions. (This course was last given seven semesters ago. Much of the material, and all of the material for the last two days, is new.) [Please note that this class will start at 9:45 am and end at 11:15 am.]

Course Dates:

Course time:
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Instructor: Dr. Duncan Rogers Lee II

Course Type: Online