Religious Freedom Annual Review

About the Review

The Religious Freedom Annual Review began in 2014 as an opportunity to provide up-to-date information on the status of laws affecting religious freedom in the United States. Originally established as a conference for lawyers, the annual review has expanded to include all who are interested in learning more about religious freedom and working together in an increasingly diverse space.

 

2022 Review

The dates, format, and theme of the 2022 Religious Freedom Annual Review have yet to be announced. Check back or subscribe to our email list for details as the summer of 2022 nears.

2021: Religion’s Role in Overcoming Divides and Strengthening American Democracy

2020: Religion and Religious Freedom in the COVID-19 Era: Finding Community and Hope

2019: Religious Freedom for a New Generation

2018: Religious Freedom and the Common Good

2017: A Guide to Religion in Schools, the Workplace, and the Public Square

2016: Religious Freedom Annual Review

2015: Fairness for All

2014: Religious Freedom in a Secular World