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Jul 22, 2022

In this episode, Kathryn is joined by Elizabeth Platt, the Director of the Law, Rights, and Religion Project at Columbia Law School. Together, they talk about what the career path is once you make the decision to go to law school. They also discuss what the connection is between law rights and the practices of other religions.

Elizabeth shares her findings after making different research on abortion access and abortion rights. Additionally, she cites the other areas people should be thinking about in terms of religion not actually with other liberties, and why people should care that religion is getting the way it’s being treated by the court.


Episode Resources

  • https://www.lexisnexis.com/lexisplus
  • https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-reiner-platt-9705a09 


    Episode Highlights
  • Why Elizabeth made the decision to go to law school
  • What her career path is from making the decision to go to law school to where she is now
  • What makes a particular legal job the right fit for you
  • Law rights and religion projects: What the big picture goals are for this kind of a think tank
  • What Elizabeth found from doing research on abortion access and abortion rights
  • What is the effect of the dismantling of Roe in the course interpretation of religious liberties
  • What other areas people should be thinking about in terms of religion not actually with other liberties
  • How religion and the COVID regulations played out over the last couple of years
  • Why should people care that religion is getting the way it's being treated by the court?


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