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Friday, February 13, 2009

"Hands Off" Religious Doctrine

In January 2008, the AALS Law and Religion Section's program examined the rule, or claim, that the Constitution requires government to adopt a "hands off" approach to religious doctrine.  The papers -- by Kent Greenawalt, Sam Levine, Andy Koppelman, Chris Eisgruber & Larry Sager, Bernie Meyler, and me -- have been published in the Notre Dame Law Review, and are available here.  Take a look!


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