2013 Symposium: Thirty Years With The Endorsement Test
5th Annual Law & Society Symposium
Charleston, South Carolina
On April 15 2013, The Charleston Law Review and the Riley Institute at Furman presented a symposium entitled "In Search of A 'Grand Unified Theory': Thirty Years with the Endorsement Test." The symposium featured a keynote address by The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (ret.).
The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (ret.) delivering the keynote address at the 5th Annual Law & Society Symposium hosted by the The Charleston Law Review and the Riley Institute at Furman. In the keynote address, Justice O'Connor reflected on the development of the Endorsement Test in Supreme Court Establishment Clause jurisprudence, and shared her thoughts regarding the viability of the Test as an analytical tool in the future.
Professor William Janssen, delivering the introduction to the Symposium, a brief history of Supreme Court Establishment Clause jurisprudence.
The speakers of the panel entitled: "Religious Symbols: From Creches and Menorahs to Crosses and Mottos." The panel was made up of (left to right) Professor Patrick M. Garry, Religion Clause Litigator Allyson Ho, Professor Andrew Koppelman, Professor Lisa Shaw Roy, and President of Furman University, Rod Smolla. The panel was moderated by Charleston School of Law Professor Willam Janssen (not pictured).
Several members of the Charleston School of Law faculty and staff enjoying the Symposium Reception with Justice O'Connor.