Religious Liberty Audits


In a world where hostility toward religion is on the rise, it’s not a matter of if but when religious institutions will be faced with damaging, anti-religious legal attacks.  That’s why Liberty Institute now offers free-of-charge Religious Liberty Audits to religious institutions—including churches and synagogues, faith-based charities, orphanages, shelters, sororities, fraternities and faith-based for-profit companies. 

We want to help protect churches and faith-based organizations from legal and financial ruin from individuals and organizations that are offended by traditional religious viewpoints and seek to litigate employment or discrimination claims to further a larger political or cultural agenda. 


Liberty Institute’s “best of class” constitutional attorneys are trained to identify risks and develop solutions for churches and religious institutions.  We thoroughly review articles of incorporation, employment manuals, discipline policies, and other corporate documents to try to identify any risk exposure.  And we work diligently to ensure a faith-based organization’s beliefs are written down, codified, and enforced so that they have the tool kit needed to prove the sincerity of their faith. 

To learn more about Liberty Institute’s free-of-charge Religious Liberty Audits—and what is needed for a church or faith-based organization to get started—just click on the appropriate category below.



Church - Religious Liberty Audits


Religious School Audits


Non Profit - Religious Liberty Audit


For Profit - Religious Liberty Audit


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