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Canterbury Medal Gala 2017

November 21, 2016

Becket’s annual Gala honors an individual who has demonstrated courage in the defense of religious liberty and embodies an unfailing commitment to the preservation of religious liberty in American society and around the world. The Canterbury Medal is Becket’s highest honor and draws its name from one of history’s most dramatic religious liberty stand-offs, between Read More

Internships Test Page

November 7, 2016

  Becket’s elite attorneys mentor interns not only through litigation before our nation’s highest courts, but also through the beginning steps of their legal careers. There is simply no better opportunity for law students to engage directly with the weightiest public law issues of our time.                   Read More

Pastor Robert Soto – Settlement Statement

June 13, 2016

June 13, 2016. Full Press Release available here. Today marks the end of a long journey. A journey that ten years ago seemed full of impossibilities when, on March 11, 2006 the government came into our powwow and confiscated nearly 50 of our sacred eagle feathers. That evening many of us were full of fear and Read More

Armando Valladares Canterbury Medal Acceptance Speech Transcript

May 13, 2016

I am not an extraordinary man, and I am quite ordinary. But God chose me for something quite extraordinary.   When I was 23 years old I refused to do something that at the time seemed at the time very small. I refused to say a few words, “I’m with Fidel.” First I refused the sign Read More

Armando Valladares receives the 2016 Canterbury Medal

I am not an extraordinary man, and I am quite ordinary. But God chose me for something quite extraordinary.   When I was 23 years old I refused to do something that at the time seemed very small. I refused to say a few words, “I’m with Fidel.” First I refused the sign on my desk Read More

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March 1, 2016

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Stormans v. Weisman: Amicus Briefs in Support of the Pharmacists

February 5, 2016

Welcome to the go-to site for all amicus briefs supporting the pharmacists’ efforts to have their case heard. Amicus briefs, or “friend-of-the-court briefs,” are filed by groups, individuals, and scholars who are not part of the case before the Supreme Court, but who care about how the Court rules. There are two stages when amicus Read More

Frequently Asked Questions: Little Sisters of the Poor

November 24, 2015

Where was the lawsuit filed, and what is its status now?  How much are the fines if the Little Sisters do not comply?  But what about the Hobby Lobby decision—didn’t that ruling protect ministries already?  Isn’t there a “religious employer exemption” that would cover the Little Sisters?  Where was the lawsuit filed, and what is its status now?  The Read More

Amicus Briefs Supporting Little Sisters of the Poor

October 29, 2015

Welcome to the go-to site for all amicus briefs supporting the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious organizations’ efforts to have their case heard. Amicus briefs, or “friend-of-the-court briefs,” are filed by groups, individuals, and scholars who are not part of the case before the Supreme Court, but who care about how the Read More

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