The Supreme Court is the final arbiter of constitutional questions. Interfaith Alliance shines a spotlight on religious freedom issues before the Supreme Court by keeping a close eye on the court’s docket, joining amicus briefs in support of our first freedoms, and working from the outside in to preserve essential boundaries between religion and government.


The current Supreme Court term began on October 1, 2018, and will continue through Spring 2019. At least one case, Maryland National Capital Park v. American Humanist Association, will address the constitutionality of religious symbols on public property.

See the full list of religious freedom cases we’re watching.


Supreme Court justices serve for a lifetime, making these nominations among the most important decisions a president will face. Interfaith Alliance fights to ensure that each prospective justice undergoes a thorough and timely vetting process and, if confirmed, will respect the inherent rights of all Americans.

Learn about our work on past nominations.