- Challenge to placement of a Ten Commandments monument in a public park in Maryland.
- Challenge to Alabama's "Student-Initiated Prayer Statute" and other officially sponsored religious activities taking place in public schools.
Central Union Mission operates an overnight shelter for homeless men in Washington, D.C. As part of its program, the Mission proselytizes its homeless clients; homeless men may spend the night at the shelter and stay for lunch on Sundays only if they attend Christian church services--which are generally fundamentalist and evangelical--at the Mission’s chapel.
- Opposition to challenge by evangelical organization to New Jersey school district's decision not to allow it to advertise its meetings to elementary-school students in the schoolhouse.
- Opposition to challenge by evangelical organization to Maryland school district's refusal to allow it to advertise its meetings to elementary-school students in the schoolhouse.
- Opposition to a challenge by a Vermont town to the state's refusal to authorize the town to make tuition payments for students to attend a local Catholic school.
The Christian Legal Society challenged the University of California Hastings College of Law’s nondiscrimination policy, which prohibits official recognition of student organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, sex, or sexual orientation.
- Challenge to federal grants provided to the Northwest Marriage Institute, a faith-based organization in Vancouver, Washington, that provided Bible-based marriage counseling.
- Opposition to Colorado Christian University's challenge to state officials' conclusion that the pervasively religious nature of the university rendered it ineligible under the Colorado Constitution to participate in a student financial-aid program.
- Challenge to a Colorado voucher program requiring school districts to make available to parents of under-performing students tuition payments to private schools, including religious schools.