We provide legal services to those suffering religious discrimination, regardless of your religious belief or affiliation. We especially seek those willing to advance the law by making a long term commitment to engaging in trials and appeals. This is known as “impact litigation” because it helps to change, and hopefully strengthen the law.
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Sabbath observers who work somewhere that doesn't close down on the weekend, such as a restaurant, hotel, hospital or factory, have always risked having to work on their holy day of rest. Increasingly, white-collar workers are facing similar challenges, as technological advancements like smartphones keep people connected to their employer 24/7. READ MORE
This bill represents a threat to religious colleges and universities, many of which will be forced either to secularize or to shutter. READ MORE
Each year NARLA hosts a Religious Liberty Summit in Washington, D.C. It’s a chance for local members to play an active role in our Church’s religious liberty advocacy work. This year’s event will be an exceptional opportunity for attendees: our two day summit will coincide with our annual Religious Liberty Dinner, as well as a one day International Religious Liberty Conference. Three individually impactful events combined into one! READ MORE
If, as individuals, we can believe, then why is it so difficult to think that institutions cannot have the same beliefs as its creators? If a group believes that animals are entitled to basic health care, would we be surprised that they would found a hospital based on those beliefs? READ MORE
It’s an election year, and passions run high. The attached article is an important reminder about the dos and don’ts of elections and church. Remember: we are Christians first, and our unity is in Christ. Let’s resist the tendency to divide and judge one another based on our politics. READ MORE
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