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Law professor introduces material at international religion, politics conference

Laurence Winer
September 07, 2011

Professor Laurence Winer recently contributed to an international conference with his presentation “Hallowed First Amendment Freedoms Inhibited by Profanely Anomalous Federal Tax Laws” (with Nina J. Crimm).

The conference, “Profane Imprints on the Sacred: What Religion Owes to Politics”, took place at the Université Paris-Est in Paris on June 16-17 and consisted of scholarly discussion on the religion-politics divide and its relationship with modernization.

Winer’s scholarship focuses on the First Amendment and government regulation of the media and includes published articles, amicus briefs and various government filings. He is also Faculty Editor of Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology, published by the College together with the ABA’s Section of Science & Technology Law.