Dr. Michael Savage will be the Keynote Speaker at the International Legal Conference on Freedom of Speech and Religion October 27 & 28, 2009

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An International Legal Conference on Freedom of Speech and Religion will be convened in the U.S. Congressional Auditorium in Washington, D.C. on October 27 & 28, 2009 by the International Free Press Society, the Liberty Legal Project International, LLC and the Center for Security Policy. The conference will feature lawyers, lawmakers and analysts from the U.S. and Europe who will survey the legal regimes ensuring free speech and religion across the globe. The conference will also address recent and emerging cases, issues and trends that threaten these fundamental liberties.

A Legal Conference on Freedom of Speech and Religion will be presented on October 27 and 28 in the U.S. Congressional Auditorium in Washington D.C. by the International Free Press Society, the Liberty Legal Project International and the Center for Security Policy. Co-sponsoring organizations include the Horowitz Freedom Center, the Florida Security Council and The O'Leary Report. The organizers expect lawyers, legislators, analysts and writers from the United States and the European Union.

Ann Fishman, Founder and Managing Member of The Liberty Legal Project International, LLC has announced that conservative intellectual and radio host Dr. Michael Savage will be the keynote speaker and guest of honor.

The conference will survey freedom of speech and religion under the laws of the U.S., the EU, international conventions and Shari'a as well as emerging threats to these rights around the globe. Panel topics will include hate speech and hate crimes laws, blasphemy laws, bloggers rights, e-speech, outsourcing of censorship to private companies, and childrens' rights to freedom of speech and belief.

Confirmed speakers include Dr. Michael Savage, attorney and writer Ellis Washington, UK Member of Parliament Lord Malcolm Pearson, writer and American Center for Democracy founder Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, analyst and Center for Security Policy founder Frank Gaffney, and many others including representatives of the U.S. Congress, the European Union Parliament, Liberty Counsel, Freedom House, the Thomas More Law Center, Liberty Counsel and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The conference is accredited in some states for Continuing Legal Education for attorneys but it is open to the public. The cost of the two day conference is $400.00 with discounts available for students and members of the press and government.

For more information contact conferences@libertylegalproject.com, call 1-800-989-0021 or go online for details at https://www.regonline.com/custImages/284741/conference_brochure_web.pdf.

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