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Storslee on Religious Accommodation and Third-Party Harm

Mark Storslee (Stanford Constitutional Law Center) has posted Religious Accommodation, the Establishment Clause, and Third-Party Harm on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: In the wake of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, religious accommodation has become increasingly controversial. That controversy has given rise to … Continue reading

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Westreich on the Assimilation of Religious Principles into Civil Law

Avishalom Westreich (College of Law and Business – Ramat Gan Law School) has posted Accommodating Religious Law with a Civil Legal System: Lessons from the Jewish Law Experience in Financial Family Matters (Journal of Law and Religion, Vol. 33, 2018) on SSRN.  … Continue reading

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Beyond Sports and Sex Part 4: When Does Title IX Apply to Religious Schools?

In this series, I look at some of the protections afforded by Title IX that have not gotten as much attention in the media or political arena as have Title IX’s applications to equity in athletics and campus sexual assault. … Continue reading

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Consistency in Case-by-Case Privilege for Religious Communications

Solicitor-client privilege has been described by the Court in Lavallee, Rackel & Heintz v. Canada as a principle of fundamental justice and civil right of supreme importance in Canadian law. The Court went further in R. v. McClure and stated at para 35, “solicitor-client privilege … Continue reading

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The Problem with Religious Freedom

Tisa Wenger, Religious Freedom: The Contested History of an American Ideal (2017). Sarah Barringer Gordon Most likely, Tisa Wenger’s new book Religious Freedom: The Contested History of an American Ideal is not on many law professors’ reading lists. But for anyone who … Continue reading

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