Ulmer Attorneys Prepare Amicus Curiae Brief in SCOTUS Religious Freedom Case

Agudath Israel of America, along with nine other national Jewish organizations, recently filed an amicus curiae brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case involving significant ramifications for religious freedom. The case, which involves the rights to worship and free speech, relates to nearly two decades of protests and harassment affecting members of a synagogue in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ulmer attorneys Joshua A. Klarfeld and Emma M. Tomsick volunteered their time in researching and writing this important brief.

To read the full press release from Agudath Israel of America, click here.