"Challenges to Religious Freedom in America Today" is the title of the Stranahan Lecture at the University of Toledo's McQuade Law Auditorium Tuesday at noon. Richard W. Garnett, an associate dean and professor at the University of Notre Dame, will speak about rights of religious believers and institutions, governmental action, and the different roles in American public life.
The Stranahan Foundation endows the university's College of Law and the school's chapter of the Federalist Society of Law and Public Policy Studies to examine legal aspects of national issues.
Parking is available in the school's lot 25 adjacent to Rocket Hall.
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