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Liberty University School of Law to host scholars and leading advocates in the fight for America’s schools at its upcoming Law Review Symposium

The Liberty University School of Law Entrance is photographed on March 13, 2023. (Photo by: Matt Reynolds)

Lynchburg, VA — Our children’s classrooms are the frontlines in the growing battle between government control and parental rights. COVID-19 served as a wake-up call for parents who witnessed for the first time the latest progressive dogma preached in their child’s virtual classrooms. Since then, our public schools have been in the spotlight as parents and legislators object to under-the-rug curriculum swaps, the growing idolization of identity affirmation, and anti-Christian messaging.

As a result, parents have fled the public school system and have sought school-choice alternatives, like private school and homeschooling. State legislatures across the country have moved quickly to address these concerns by passing school choice legislation at a near-unprecedented rate. Yet questions remain about how best to achieve educational freedom and preserve parents’ rights.

Please join the Liberty University School of Law’s Law Review to address these important questions concerning the state of America’s K-12 education. Guest speakers include:

Michael Farris, Former President and CEO, Alliance Defending Freedom

David Goodwin, President, The Association of Classical Christian Schools

Will Estrada, Senior Counsel, Home School Legal Defense Association

King Randall, Founder, Life Preparatory School for Boys

Rena Lindevaldsen, Professor, Liberty University School of Law

Jeffery Tuomala, Professor, Liberty University School of Law

The Liberty University School of Law’s Law Review is excited to host this important discussion concerning America’s schools on Friday, March 1 from 10:00-5:00 pm in the Supreme Courtroom at the Liberty University School of Law. The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

All members of the media are asked to RSVP with Ryan Helfenbein at rlhelfenbein@liberty.edu or (434) 582-7751 by close of business on Thursday, Feb. 29.

For more information about the symposium, please contact Brent Dugwyler at bdugwyler@liberty.edu or (623) 693-4486.

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