New York Law School wants to help students and lawyers better represent religious clients by giving them a foundation in religious literacy that will help them navigate the attorney and client relationship.

The Manhattan law school has partnered with the Interfaith Center of New York for a year-long series of programming aimed at teaching law students and attorneys about religion and how it may surface within the legal context, as well as legal outreach efforts to local religious organizations. Organizers hope the program will continue beyond the initial year.

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