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Professor Ellis M. West, THE RIGHT TO RELIGION-BASED EXEMPTIONS IN EARLY AMERICA: THE CASE OF CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS TO CONSCRIPTION, 10 J.L. & Religion 367

10 J.L. & Religion 367 Journal of Law and Religion 1993/1994 THE RIGHT TO RELIGION-BASED EXEMPTIONS IN EARLY AMERICA: THE CASE OF CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS TO CONSCRIPTION Ellis M. Westa1 Copyright (c) 1994 by the Hamline University; Ellis M. West One of the more controversial decisions handed down by the Supreme Court in recent years was its decision in the case of Employment Division, Oregon […]

Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah, 508 U.S. 520 (1993)

Framers believed safety, health, and welfare were exceptions to religious accommodation
in the early state Constitutions. (J. Scalia)

Religious Freedom Restoration Act: Hearing on S. 2969 Before the S. Comm. on the Judiciary, 102nd Cong. 100 (1992)

Statement of Mark E. Chopko, General Counsel, United States Catholic Conference, Screen Actors Guild

Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1991: Hearing on H.R. 2792 Before the H. Comm. on the Judiciary, 102nd Cong. 34 (1992)

Statement of Mark E. Chopko, General Counsel, United States Catholic Conference, Screen Actors Guild

Professor Philip A. Hamburger, A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, 60 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 915 (1992)

60 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 915 George Washington Law Review April, 1992 A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Philip A. Hamburgera Copyright (c) 1992 by the George Washington Law Review; Philip A. Hamburger Did late eighteenth-century Americans understand the Free Exercise Clause of the United States Constitution to provide individuals a right of exemption from civil laws […]

Professor Marci A. Hamilton, COMMENTARY: ON SCHOOL VOUCHERS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE: A Reply, 31 Conn. L. Rev. 1001 (1999)

[1001]  It is not often that one gets such immediate (and lengthy) written responses to one’s work. It is both humbling and a blessing. My five interlocutors have offered me the opportunity to gaze at my own work as it is reflected in five different pools. I like some of what I see, do not recognize […]

Professor William P. Marshall, The Case Against the Constitutionally Compelled Free Exercise Exemption, 40 Case W. Res. 357 (1990)

ARTICLE: The Case Against the Constitutionally Compelled Free Exercise Exemption, 40 Case W. Res. 357 1990 Reporter: 40 Case W. Res. 357 Author: William P. Marshall [357]  FREE EXERCISE JURISPRUDENCE is unique in constitutional law. Because direct regulation of religious activity almost never occurs, the litigation surrounding free exercise addresses only incidental and inadvertent regulation of religious conduct. For […]

Professor Marci A. Hamilton’s Top 10 Lists

  • Concise, but informative Top 10 lists relating to religious freedom topics
  • Great for captivating readers who have a minimal background in RFRA/don’t read long articles