Navigating the Legal Landscape for Educators

with Caleb Dalton of Alliance Defending Freedom and Jonathan Alexandre of Liberty Counsel

Saturday, Oct 24 @ 11:00am EST

From expressing personal opinions on matters of public concern, to interacting with students’ special requests (such as students with gender dysphoria) or worries about religious discrimination, Christian educators in both public and private schools face a variety of legal concerns. Join us for a briefing from Alliance Defending Freedom and Liberty Counsel attorneys on current cases, recent Supreme Court rulings, and answers to your questions.

The session will begin 11:00am EST on Saturday, October 24. Please click this button to join us at that time:

Join us afterward in our Discussion Room to talk live with fellow educators about what you've learned and the questions you still have.

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Caleb Dalton

About Caleb Dalton

Caleb Dalton serves as legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he plays a key role at the Center for Academic Freedom.

Since joining ADF in 2013, Dalton has advocated and litigated on behalf of private individuals and government entities to affirm the fundamental freedoms of speech and religious liberty.

In 2017, Dalton joined the Center for Academic Freedom, where he has represented clients seeking to speak freely on campus without fear of unconstitutional government censorship. With the Center for Academic Freedom, he has served as lead counsel in cases such as Queens College Students for Life v. City University of New York Board of Trustees, and Turning Point USA at Macomb Community College v. Macomb Community College, successfully representing students in eliminating restrictive “speech zones” and discriminatory student organization funding and recognition policies.

Dalton earned his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Regent University School of Law, where he served as an editor of the Regent Law Review and a member of the Trial Advocacy Board. Dalton is a member of the bar in Arizona, Virginia, and the District of Columbia; he is also admitted to practice before multiple federal district and appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

About Jonathan Alexandre

Jonathan Alexandre is an attorney and Senior Counsel for Governmental Affairs for Liberty Counsel. A litigation firm dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and the family. In this capacity, Jonathan consults with and advises law and policy makers at the federal, state, and local levels across the nation. Jonathan is a Presidential Appointee serving on the Board of Directors for The United States Agency for Global Media. Jonathan is also a nationally recognized speaker for The Content of Character Series and serves as General Counsel for the Frederick Douglass Foundation.

Jonathan was formerly the Assistant General Counsel and Public Policy Coordinator for the Massachusetts Family Institute in Boston. Alexandre developed the Massachusetts Attorney Resource Council, a network of pro-family Massachusetts attorneys. Jonathan previously worked for The Jerusalem Center of Public Affairs in Jerusalem, Israel as a Scholar in Residence, and the United States Army's Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School. He is Married to His Wife Renee Alexandre. They reside in Waldorf, Maryland.

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  • Karen Marklein says:

    Thank you for sharing.

  • Lori McCoin says:

    Thanks for the important information!

  • June says:

    Great session!

  • Michele H. says:

    This session was very insightful. It opened my eyes to seeing cultural and social shifts in a new way. I truly appreciated Jonathan and Caleb’s viewpoints. Thank you!

  • Katy says:

    Navigating the Legal Landscape- wow, what a wide range of issues. Good advice for us all.