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Schools, Worship, and the First Amendment
This five-part article examines the use of public school space for worship, arguing that the Second Circuit Court of Appeals was wrong in its First Amendment analysis related to the Free Speech Clause, the Establishment ...
The First Amendment and Religion After Hosanna-Tabor
The Supreme Court’s treatment of religion under the First Amendment has shifted significantly in the past quarter century. Though the Court had focused on separation for the Establishment Clause and accommodation for the ...
Politics, Religion, and the First Amendment
This article examines some of the lesser-studied constitutional issues surrounding the religion-in-politics debate. Part I of the article examines the perceived relation of religion and politics at the nation's founding, ...
God, Man, and Law: Of Rights and Responsibilities
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2001-11)
This comment examines the evolving construction, modifications and improvements made to the "wall of separation between church and state." Initially, the comment presents an analysis of the unifying religious themes of ...
Wide Awake or Half-Asleep? Revelations from Jurisprudential Tailings Found in Rosenberger v. University of Virginia
(Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-05)
The Rosenberger Court contracted the boundaries of the no funding principle of the Establishment Clause. In so doing, the Court, speaking through Justice Kennedy, ran roughshod over several important tools used in free ...