Prof. Carl H. Esbeck has the lead article in the August issue of the Charleston Law Review. The article, “Unwanted Exposure to Religious Expression by Government: Standing and the Establishment Clause,” focuses on the unusual standing requirements of the Supreme Court in a discrete line of cases. The cases involve religious symbols such as the Latin cross or religious expression such as legislative prayer. Where the speech is attributable to the government, the Court has relaxed traditional requirements and permitted standing so as to reach the merits under the Establishment Clause. How and why this is so is the subject of Esbeck’s investigation.
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Lead Article in Charleston Law Review Written by Prof. Esbeck
August 26th, 2013