Religious Freedom Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Co-Moderator, Delaware State Bar Association Zoom Live Webinar CLEs
On Wednesday June 10, 2020, Complex and Specialty Litigation Partner Timothy Jay Houseal, will co-Moderate a Zoom Live Webinar CLE discussion entitled, "Religious Freedom Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic." Mr. Houseal will be joined by co-Moderator, Alan E. Garfield, Esquire, Distinguished Professor, Widener University Delaware Law School. The webinar speakers include William J. Haun, Esquire, Counsel, The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty; John S. Grimm, Esquire, McCann & Wall, LLC and Former Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at Seton Hall University; and Rodney A. Smolla, Esquire, Dean and Professor of Law, Widener University Delaware Law School.
Topics covered by the distinguished speakers will include:
- National Perspective on States’ Religious Expression, Orders, and Resulting Litigation;
- Theological Perspectives of the Natural Right of Religious Freedom;
- Separation of Powers and Federalism Issues Relating to the Pandemic Response; and
- Practical Guidance/Protocols to be Considered as Houses of Worship Transition to Meeting in Person.
This Zoom Live webinar, hosted by the Delaware State Bar Association, will provide 1.5 hours CLE Credits for Delaware and Pennsylvania Attorneys. For more information, visit WWW.DSBA.ORG/CLE.