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CSLR Student Baker’s Article on Religious Arbitration Quoted by Florida Appellate Court

In Spivey v. Teen Challenge of Florida, the District Court of Appeal of Florida held that a representative in a wrongful death action could be ordered to submit to religious arbitration due to an arbitration agreement between the deceased and the defendant. The court also rejected the argument... Read More

Michael Perry Presents Lecture on Same Sex Marriage and Constitutional Law at The University of Illinois

Senior Fellow Michael J Perry, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory University, recently delivered the David C. Baum Memorial Lecture Series on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights at the University of Illinois College of Law on November 6, 2013. His... Read More

Domingo Publishes Op Ed in El Mundo (Spanish only)

CSLR Senior Fellow Rafael Domingo has published an op ed in El Mundo, one of the leading newspapers in the Spanish-speaking world. The op ed is available in Spanish here. Read More

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"We are troubled by this emerging shift from the judiciary to the legislature, and from the federal to the state governments in the protection of religious liberty in America. Such a shift leaves what should be common national rights of religious liberty vulnerable to fleeting political fashions and contingent on a claimant’s geographical location."

– Religion and the Constitutional Experiment, 3rd Edition