Kevin Snider has been an attorney since 1994. He has practiced primarily in the area of constitutional law and civil rights. He currently is chief counsel for the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI).
The PJI legal department that he heads has approximately 1,000 volunteer attorney affiliates who represent people of faith and religious organizations. In this capacity, he gives legal counsel to pastors and religious leaders on a daily basis on a variety of church issues.
He has taught church law to seminary students and is a frequent presenter at seminars on church law and religious liberties. He recently served on the legal experts panel of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability's Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations.
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