Tag:Religion

Lead Article in Charleston Law Review Written by Prof. Esbeck

August 26th, 2013

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

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Christianity Today Quotes Prof. Esbeck about a Free Speech Case

July 3rd, 2013

Prof. Carl Esbeck was quoted in Christianity Today about a case involving a Denver church on the free speech rights of a demonstrator displaying “images of mutilated fetuses” on the street outside the church. The demonstrator was

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Prof. Esbeck Speaks at Law & Society Symposium

June 3rd, 2013

Prof. Carl H. Esbeck was invited to participate in the Annual Law & Society Symposium sponsored by the Charleston School of Law and Riley Institute at Furman University, held in late April in the historic district of

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Prof. Esbeck Co-Writes Brief Amici Curiae for U.S. Supreme Court

May 10th, 2013

Prof. Carl H. Esbeck co-wrote a brief amici curiae filed May 2, 2013, in the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of 21 law professors. The matter, captioned Big Sky Colony, Inc., et al. v. Montana Department of

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Prof. Hawley and the Becket Fund Petition the Supreme Court for Review

April 24th, 2013

Prof. Joshua Hawley and the religious-freedom litigators at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty have asked th U.S. Supreme Court to review a 7th Circuit decision holding that a public school district in Wisconsin violated the First

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