The goal of the Symposium’s first panel was to provide a context for the development of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).1 Panelists discussed how property ownership patterns have affected the availability of land for religious uses, how religious discrimination has manifested itself in land use, and how the use of Native American sacred lands has been regulated.
Participating in the panel were:
- Angela C. Carmella, of Seton Hall University School of Law, who focused on why RLUIPA is necessary for religion, land use, and the common good.
- Robert J. Miller, of Lewis and Clark Law School, who focused on sacred Native American sites. Continue reading “Panel 1: A Background on Religious Discrimination in Land Use”