Panel on: Brexit: Implications for Human Welfare with Baroness Ruth Deech and Professor Richard Epstein
Tolerance Means Dialogue: “Religious Liberty or Unjust Discrimination: Is peaceful coexistence possible in the culture wars?”
Dialogue Catalysts: Robin Fretwell Wilson of the University of Illinois, John Corvino of Wayne State University, and student winners of the Tolerance Scholarship.
Moderated by Christopher Lund, Professor of Law at Wayne State University.
Winners of Tolerance Scholarship
Robin Wilson, University of Illinois — Urbana-Champaign
John Corvino, Wayne State University—Detroit
Christopher Lund, Wane State University—Detroit
Aerial View of Downtown Detroit and Renaissance Center by Robert Thompson, is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.
ASBH 21st Annual Conference
Panelist, discussing the intersection of religious and LGBTQ identities.
Harry Krause Emerging Family Law Scholars Workshop - University of Illinois, Discovery Partners Institute, Chicago, IL
International Society of Family Law North American Regional Conference: “Family as the Crucible of Culture and Society: Inequality, Vulnerability, and Justice within the Family”
42nd Annual Health Law Professors Conference (ASLME)
Presentation on: Child Welfare and Faith Healing Across and Within National Boundaries
Panel on: Rethinking Consent in Medical Education
Academic exchange at the Foreign Family Law and Women’s Theory Research Center
Talk on: Emerging Issues on Informed Consent
Keynote Address: The Promise of Informed Consent
Provided commentary on a discussion of American Legion v. American Humanist Association
Panel on: The Medicalization of Poverty
When Does Protecting Faith Imperil Children? A book discussion of The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law with Katherine Marshall, Ambassador David Saperstein, and Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson
Panel on: What? They Can Do THAT Without My Consent?
Hosting Judge Sutton for a lunch discussion of The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law