What does Public Policy mean?
Public Policy generally refers to laws, such as statutes, municipal codes, guidelines, and rules, created by governmental entities or through the initiative process. These laws can have a profound negative or positive impact on religious liberty and other individual rights.
Attorneys for the NCLP have experience advising the following entities on matters involving public policy:
• school boards
• city councils
• state legislatures
• federal legislators
• county boards
From drafting sample school board and city council policies, to informing legislators about the legal and societal impact of pending legislation, the NCLP is committed to providing counsel to governmental entities seeking to protect and honor the civil liberties of their constituents.
Does the NCLP advise clients on other related Policy Issues?
Yes. In recent years, the area of public policy has grown to include aspects of culture and society beyond mere government action. To accommodate the expanding scope of public policy issues, the NCLP has developed expertise in advising the following entities about their ability to influence and create public policy:
• church board members
• homeowner’s associations
• civic and community groups
• individual parent and student groups.
For information about NCLP resources in one of these areas, or for information about upcoming seminars organized by the NCLP, please submit a Request for Assistance by clicking here. Request Assistance