Prof. Carl H. Esbeck

Professor Esbeck Comments on Case about Racist Bullying at Texas School

February 9th, 2018

A former student and his parents are suing a religious school in Texas for negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress over failure to discipline other students for racist bullying. The school has moved to dismiss the

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Professor Esbeck Speaks about First Amendment Religion Clauses at Moot Court Championship

February 7th, 2018

On January 25, Professor Carl H. Esbeck spoke twice to 16 teams of students competing at the Moot Court Championship finals hosted by the University of Houston Law Center.  He spoke on the Religion Clauses of the

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Professor Esbeck Makes Presentations About Establishment Clause, Title IX and Religious Freedom

November 11th, 2016

Professor Carl H. Esbeck conducted a workshop, “Do Religious Exemptions Violate the Establishment Clause When They Result in Harm to Third Parties?,” in October at the National Conference of the Christian Legal Society in Washington, D.C. In

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Professor Esbeck Notes 20th Anniversary of the Faith-Based Initiative

September 9th, 2016

Professor Carl H. Esbeck recently co-wrote an article for the Religious Freedom Institute. In the blog posting, “Two Decades of Bipartisan Cooperation on Government Funding and Religion…this can’t possibly be about the U.S.,” he surveys the history

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Journal of Church and State Publishes Article by Professor Esbeck

April 6th, 2016

The Journal of Church and State published Professor Carl Esbeck’s article “When Religious Exemptions Cause Third-Party Harms: Is the Establishment Clause Violated?” Professor Esbeck’s article is part of the ongoing conversation and commentary following the U.S. Supreme

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