Tag:Religion

Oxford Journal Accepts Article by Professor Esbeck

February 16th, 2016

The Oxford Journal of Church & State has accepted for publication a new article by Professor Carl H. Esbeck, “Third-Party Harms Occurring in Regulatory Statutes Exempting Religious Practices: Is the Establishment Clause Violated?”

The Culture Wars & Religious Liberty: Professor Esbeck Participates in Florida Federalist Society Meeting

February 12th, 2016

Professor Carl H. Esbeck recently gave remarks and participated in a debate concerning “The Culture Wars & Religious Liberty” at the annual meeting of the Florida Federalist Society. Esbeck debated law professors William Marshall of the University

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Vital Speeches of the Day publishes a Professor Esbeck Speech

January 26th, 2016

Vital Speeches of the Day‘s January issue included Professor Carl Esbeck’s speech, “A Post-Obergefell America: Is a Season of Legal and Civic Strife Inevitable?” After discussing the scope and limits of the Obergefell ruling on same-sex marriage, Esbeck

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Professor Hawley Invited to Guest Post on Scotusblog

December 22nd, 2015

Professor Erin Morrow Hawley was recently invited to guest post at Scotusblog’s Symposium on the Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged v. Burwell case. In her post, Professor Hawley explored the administrative law lessons

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Staffing on a Religious Basis: Professor Esbeck in Oxford Journal of Law & Religion

October 5th, 2015

Professor Carl H. Esbeck recently published “Federal Contractors, Title VII, and LGBT Employment Discrimination: Can Religious Organizations Continue to Staff on a Religious Basis?” in 4 Oxford Journal of Law & Religion (issue 3, pp. 1-30, September

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