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2021 CBA Conference
Catholic Lawyers: Navigating Turbulent WatersDay 1, Morning

  • George M. Ahrend: The Intersection of Religious Liberty with Antidiscrimination law
  • William J. Haun: Where Two or Three are Gathered: Restoring the Constitution’s Protections for Civil Society
  • Adrian Vermeule delivers the Charles Rice Lecture: The Constitution and the Common Good

Day 1, Afternoon

  • Andrew Schlafly: Conscientious Objection and Independent Judgment in Healthcare: Dispatches from the Frontlines
  • Steven W. Mosher: In China, the Law is a Penal Tool of the CCP -- and is being used to Crush the Church
  • Prof. Ryan Meade: Serving Clients as Professional Responsibility: The Vocation of a Lawyer

Day 2, Morning

  • Christopher Ferrara: The First Amendment and Church Closures
  • Kate Anderson: Parental Rights in Education: A Legal Response to the Rising Tide of Critical Race Theory and Gender Ideology

Day 2, Afternoon

  • Dean John M. Czarnetzky delivers the St. Thomas More Lecture: Catholic Social Doctrine in the American Corporation
  • Prof. Ronald J. Rychlak: Healing the Constitution: A Catholic Cure

Saint John Fisher Lecture

  • Most Rev. Felipe de Jesús Estévez, Bishop of Saint Augustine, Florida: Cuba—Is there a Future of Hope?

2020 CBA Conference
Catholic Lawyers: Serving the Common Good

Day 1

  • A Conversation with Prof. Robert A. George: The Charles E. Rice Memorial Lecture
  • Prof. D. Brian Scarnecchia: From TELOS to TORT: Natural Law Theories of Liability for Human Ecology and a Healthy Environment
  • Prof. Jane F. Adolphe: Clerical Sexual Misconduct: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
  • Sherif Girgis: Religious Liberty, “First” in Seven Ways
  • A Conversation with Hon. Amul R. Thapar: Faith and the Judiciary

Day 2

  • Inaugural St. John Fisher Lecture: The Proper Boundary Between Civil Legal Authority and Church Authority by the Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco
  • Rev. Tadeusz “Tad” Pacholczyk, Ph.D.: Vaccines, Ventilators and Other Ethical Challenges of COVID-19
  • Joshua A. Skinner: The Moral (and Not Merely Legal) Obligation of Universities to Prevent and Remedy Harassment and Sexual Violence
  • Hon. Joseph L. Falvey, Jr.: Common Ground for the Common Good
  • Dean Kevin Cieply: The Role of Catholic Legal Education and Its Contribution to the Common Good
  • Interview with Baronelle Stutzman: ADF Client & Floral Artist
  • Joseph Pearce: Law and Literature

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