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American Society for Legal History Conference Session: “Neglected Histories of Law and Religion: Jewish Lawyers and Legal Reform in the Twentieth Century,” November 6, 2021 @ 2:40 – 4:05 pm
November 6, 2021 @ 2:40 pm - 4:05 pm
2:40 PM – 4:05 PM
Neglected Histories of Law and Religion: Jewish Lawyers and Legal Reform in the Twentieth Century (Frenchman 1)
Chair: Kenneth Mack, Harvard Law School (email@example.com), Commentator: Kenneth Mack, Harvard Law School (firstname.lastname@example.org)
William Forbath, University of Texas School of Law (email@example.com)
Class Struggle, Group Rights and Socialist Pluralism on the Lower East Side: Radical Lawyering and Constitutional Imagination in the Early Twentieth Century
Amalia Kessler, Stanford Law School (firstname.lastname@example.org) Religion, Arbitration, and the State: The Jewish Conciliation Court as the “Official Arbitrating Organ” of the State-Run Courts, 1919-1950
Elizabeth Katz, Washington University School of Law (email@example.com)
Faith and Family Formation: Jewish Lawyers and Interreligious Adoption Advocacy during the Civil Rights Movement
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