The Annual Law and Religion Roundtable is an informal, but organized subject-matter conference that brings together a mix of senior scholars and junior scholars in the field.
Panels include works in progress, early-state projects, and hot topics. Attendees are scholars from the legal field, and those in religion, history and other related areas. One benefit of ALRR is that attendees get a real-time picture of what issues are coming to the foreground or fading to the background, and of changes in the center of gravity or consensus on law-and-religion issues.
ALRR is organized and co-sponsored by Rick Garnett, Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor and Director of the Program on Church, State & Society, Notre Dame Law School; Paul Horwitz, Gordon Rosen Professor of Law, University of Alabama School of Law: and Nelson Tebbe, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School.