Part of How the Law Treats Hate: Antisemitism and Anti-Discrimination Reconsidered, a conference presented in partnership with the UVA Jewish Studies Program and the UVA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy
In closing comments, legal scholar Micah Schwartzman and legal journalist Dahlia Lithwick will discuss how the questions of law and antisemitism fit into the larger framework of legal trends on First Amendment jurisprudence involving religious freedom and racial justice in American society today.
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Dahlia Lithwick, Slate.com
Dahlia Lithwick is Senior Writer at slate.com, where she writes about American law and politics and hosts the podcast, “Amicus.” In 2018 she was awarded the Hillman Prize for Opinion and Analysis Journalism for her role as “the nation’s best legal commentator for two decades.”
Micah Schwartzman, University of Virginia School of Law
Micah Schwartzman is the director of the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy, the Hardy Cross Dillard Professor of Law and a Martha Lubin Karsh and Bruce A. Karsh Bicentennial Professor of Law at the University of Virginia. A scholar who focuses on law and religion, jurisprudence, political philosophy and constitutional law, his publications include Jews, Not Pagans, with Richard Schragger, San Diego Law Review (2019), The Rise of Corporate Religious Liberty (2016), and the forthcoming Constitutional Law and Religion.
12:15–1:30 PM EST
2–3 PM EST
3:30–4:30 PM EST
4:45–5:30 PM EST
Closing Conversation: Dahlia Lithwick and Micah Schwartzman
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