Friday, April 03, 2015

More on Indiana (and Arkansas and ...)

Nelson Tebbe

with Micah Schwartzman

Mark Tushnet is right — there is an emerging, rich literature on the legal aspects of the conflict between religion and equality law since Hobby Lobby. In addition to the sources he cites, essential reading includes the two other law review issues connected to the Harvard conference last year in the Harvard Law & Policy Review and the Southern California Law Review (still forthcoming but including already-available pieces by Rick Garnett and Andy Koppelman), as well as Liz Sepper’s review of Horwitz and her forthcoming piece on Free Exercise Lochnerism, plus Bill Marshall’s piece on Hobby Lobby for Supreme Court Review.

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