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Liebl v. Schmidt

Last Updated: 6/2/2020



The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire requires students to perform 30 hours of “service-learning” in order to graduate. In 2016, the university denied student Alexandra Liebl her service-learning credit for the 30 hours she volunteered as a religious education teaching assistant at her local Catholic church. Officials cited the university’s service-learning policy, which prohibited students from receiving credit for “time spent involved in promoting religious doctrine, proselytizing, or worship.”

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Travis Barham

Senior Counsel

Travis C. Barham serves as senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, where he plays a key role with the ADF Center for Academic Freedom.

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