Columbia Union College v. Oliver

CUC, a small four-year college with about 600 students, had been denied a public grant by the state of Maryland because its Seventh-day Adventist composition made it "pervasively sectarian." Or, in plain English, CUC was too religious for the tastes of state bureaucrats.

Status: Victory

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Mason Cathedral v. City of Boston

Represented Mason Cathedral Church of God in Christ in a lawsuit claiming that the City of Boston violated the church’s First Amendment rights when it removed city-paid counselors from the church’s summer day camp program because of voluntary prayer.

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Rosenberger v. University of Virginia

In 1995, CIR fought and won a case before the Supreme Court that affirmed that government cannot exclude faith-based student organaizations from programs because of their religious viewpoint.

Status: Victory

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