Mirror of Justice

A blog dedicated to the development of Catholic legal theory.
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Thursday, January 2, 2020

Religious freedom moot court tournaments

I would like to thank the Notre Dame Law Moot Court Board students for again hosting an excellent religious freedom moot court tournament during the fall semester. The tournament was established in 2016 to bring together competitors, scholars, and practitioners from across the country to encourage legal dialogue on a religious freedom topic. The 2019 tournament, our fourth consecutive tournament at our Notre Dame campus, was made even better thanks to a generous grant from the Bradley Foundation. I feel very confident in our ability to host a first rate tournament for years to come, and I encourage all interested Law students to consider joining us in November of 2020. You can read more about the 2019 tournament here.

Speaking of religious freedom moot court tournaments, Notre Dame Law School will be involved with the 2020 International Moot Court Competition in Law and Religion. The tournament is hosted by the European Academy of Religion and is in its third year. We are thrilled that the tournament this coming March will take place at the Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway.


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