Professor Brett G. Scharffs, Center Associate Director and Law School Associate Dean for Faculty and Curriculum, participated the Volume 91 Symposium of the Notre Dame Law Review: Religious Liberty and the Free Society: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dignitatis Humanae. The Symposium opened on November 5, 2015 with an address from Bishop Daniel E. Flores, Bishops of Brownsville, Texas, and continued on November 6 with a series of panel discussions moderated by Hon. Richard Sullivan, Southern District of New York. Professor Scharffs participated on the panel “Examining the History of Digntitatis Humanae and Religious Freedom” with Phillip Muñoz, Notre Dame Law School and Anna Su, University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Other panelists included Professors Thomas Berg of the University of St. Thomas School of Law, Paul Horwitz of the University of Alabama School of Law, Christopher Lund of Wayne State University Law School, Mark Movsesian and Marc DeGirolami of St. John’s University School of Law, Steven Smith of the University of San Diego School of Law, and Richard Garnett of Notre Dame Law School. Following the panel discussions, the Symposium concluded with a keynote address from John H. Garvey, President of The Catholic University of America.
Scharff’s presentation, “Religious Majorities and Restrcitions on Religion”, which appear in Vol. 91 No. 4 of the Notre Dame Law Review, is available in prepublication for at the link below: