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Sidewalk Counseling: A First Amendment Right, Thomas Patrick Monaghan 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Sidewalk Counseling: A First Amendment Right, Thomas Patrick Monaghan

The Catholic Lawyer

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Censorship On The Internet: Who Should Make The Rules, Joe Zopolsky 2017 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Censorship On The Internet: Who Should Make The Rules, Joe Zopolsky

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

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Courthouses, Bookshelves, And Portals: The Implications Of U.S. V. American Library Association On First Amendment Forum Analysis And Future Internet-Based Litigation Strategies, Alexandra R. Harrington 2017 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Courthouses, Bookshelves, And Portals: The Implications Of U.S. V. American Library Association On First Amendment Forum Analysis And Future Internet-Based Litigation Strategies, Alexandra R. Harrington

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

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The Supreme Court And The Religion Clauses: 1982 And 1984 Terms, Donald H. J. Herman, Esquire 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Supreme Court And The Religion Clauses: 1982 And 1984 Terms, Donald H. J. Herman, Esquire

The Catholic Lawyer

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Discovery And Use Of Church Records By Civil Authorities, David J. Young, Esquire, Steven W. Tigges, Esquire 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Discovery And Use Of Church Records By Civil Authorities, David J. Young, Esquire, Steven W. Tigges, Esquire

The Catholic Lawyer

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What Trump Misses About Free Speech, Timothy Zick 2017 William & Mary Law School

What Trump Misses About Free Speech, Timothy Zick

Popular Media

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Humane Provisions For Aborted Human Remains, Patrick Monaghan 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Humane Provisions For Aborted Human Remains, Patrick Monaghan

The Catholic Lawyer

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Memorandum, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. V. Colo. Civil Rights Comm., __ U.S. __ (2017): Legislative History Of Sb08-200, Matt Simonsen 2017 University of Colorado Law School

Memorandum, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. V. Colo. Civil Rights Comm., __ U.S. __ (2017): Legislative History Of Sb08-200, Matt Simonsen

Research Data

This legal Memorandum on the legislative history of a 2008 amendment to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) was researched and written by Matt Simonsen, J.D. Candidate 2019, University of Colorado Law School, and submitted to law professors Craig Konnoth and Melissa Hart. The Memorandum is cited in Brief of Amici Curiae Colorado Organizations and Individuals in Support of Respondents, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, __U.S.__ (2018) (No. 16-111).

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"The legislative history primarily identifies two issues that SB08-200 was designed to resolve: (1) the need for dignity and access to justice for LGBT ...


Master File, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. V. Colo. Civil Rights Comm., __ U.S. __ (2017): Legislative History Of Sb08-200, Matt Simonsen 2017 University of Colorado Law School

Master File, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. V. Colo. Civil Rights Comm., __ U.S. __ (2017): Legislative History Of Sb08-200, Matt Simonsen

Research Data

This Master File of the legislative history of a 2008 amendment to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) was researched and compiled by Matt Simonsen, J.D. Candidate 2019, University of Colorado Law School, and submitted to law professors Craig Konnoth and Melissa Hart. The SB08-200 Master File is cited in Brief of Amici Curiae Colorado Organizations and Individuals in Support of Respondents, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, __U.S.__ (2018) (No. 16-111).

449 p.


Open Source: The Enewsletter Of Rwu Law 09-22-2017, Roger Williams University School of Law 2017 Roger Williams University

Open Source: The Enewsletter Of Rwu Law 09-22-2017, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Life of the Law School (1993- )

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Cyberspace…The Final Frontier: How The Communications Decency Act Allows Entrepreneurs To Boldly Go Where No Blog Has Gone Before, Aaron Jackson 2017 University of Oklahoma College of Law

Cyberspace…The Final Frontier: How The Communications Decency Act Allows Entrepreneurs To Boldly Go Where No Blog Has Gone Before, Aaron Jackson

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

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Federal Tuition Tax Credits And The Establishment Clause: A Constitutional Analysis, David J. Young, Steven W. Tigges 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Federal Tuition Tax Credits And The Establishment Clause: A Constitutional Analysis, David J. Young, Steven W. Tigges

The Catholic Lawyer

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Hate Speech Debate Has Roots In Us History, Rodney A. Smolla 2017 Widener University Delaware Law School

Hate Speech Debate Has Roots In Us History, Rodney A. Smolla

Rod Smolla

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Hate Speech And The First Amendment, Alan E. Garfield 2017 Widener Law

Hate Speech And The First Amendment, Alan E. Garfield

Alan E Garfield

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Free Speech, The Search For Truth, And The Problem Of Collective Knowledge, Frederick Schauer 2017 University of Virginia

Free Speech, The Search For Truth, And The Problem Of Collective Knowledge, Frederick Schauer

SMU Law Review

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The Establishment Clause - The Expanding Definition Of Excessive Entanglement: Gilfillan V. City Of Philadelphia, Joseph J. Tesoriero 2017 St. John's University School of Law

The Establishment Clause - The Expanding Definition Of Excessive Entanglement: Gilfillan V. City Of Philadelphia, Joseph J. Tesoriero

The Catholic Lawyer

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Eclecticism, Nelson Tebbe 2017 Cornell Law School

Eclecticism, Nelson Tebbe

Nelson Tebbe

This short piece comments on Kent Greenawalt's new book, Religion and the Constitution: Establishment and Fairness. It argues that although Greenawalt's eclectic approach carries certain obvious costs, his theory cannot be evaluated without comparing its advantages and disadvantages to those of its competitors. It concludes by giving some sense of what that comparative calculus might look like.


The End Of Religious Freedom: What Is At Stake?, Nelson Tebbe 2017 Selected Works

The End Of Religious Freedom: What Is At Stake?, Nelson Tebbe

Nelson Tebbe

In recent work, Steven Smith argues that the American tradition of religious freedom is newly imperiled and may even be nearing exhaustion. This Review puts to one side the substance of that argument and focuses instead on what the stakes might be, should it turn out to be correct. It concludes that the consequences would not be as severe as many people fear.


Smith In Theory And Practice, Nelson Tebbe 2017 Cornell Law School

Smith In Theory And Practice, Nelson Tebbe

Nelson Tebbe

Employment Division v. Smith controversially held that general laws that were neutral toward religion would no longer be presumptively invalid, regardless of how much they incidentally burdened religious practices. That decision sparked a debate that continues today, twenty years later. This symposium Essay explores the argument that subsequent courts have in fact been less constrained by the principal rule of Smith than advocates on both sides of the controversy usually assume. Lower courts administering real world disputes often find they have all the room they need to grant relief from general laws, given exceptions written into the decision itself and ...


Privatizing And Publicizing Speech, Nelson Tebbe 2017 Cornell Law School

Privatizing And Publicizing Speech, Nelson Tebbe

Nelson Tebbe

When and how should governments be permitted to use private-law mechanisms to manage their public-law obligations? This short piece poses that question in the context of Summum, which the Supreme Court decided earlier this year, and Buono, which it will hear in the fall. In both cases, the government manipulated formal property rules in order to fend off constitutional challenges. In Summum, the government took ownership of a religious symbol in the face of a free speech challenge, while in Buono it shed ownership of land containing another sectarian symbol in an effort to moot an Establishment Clause problem. Although ...


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