Emory law school hosts talks on law and religion

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ATLANTA (AP) - A number of well-known scholars on law and religion are set to speak at Emory University’s law school.

The “Christianity and Human Rights” event on March 26 is the inaugural event in a five-year spring lecture series at the Emory University School of Law.

Topics are set to include religious freedom, women’s rights and sexual expression, as well as restoring the rights and dignity of those in prison.

The event is free and open to the public.

The Alonzo L. McDonald Distinguished Scholar Lectures on Christian Scholarship is a new series of annual lectures at Emory.

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