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Douglas Laycock completes five volumes on religious liberty
By Emory University School of Law | Emory Law | Jan 3, 2019 5:01:58 PM

Douglas Laycock, the Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia, has completed his five-volume, comprehensive study of religious liberty in the United States. Drawing on Laycock’s storied career as a leading scholar and influential advocate of religious liberty, the work covers Overviews and History (volume 1); The Free Exercise Clause (volume 2); Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, Same-Sex Marriage Legislation, and the Culture Wars (volume 3); Federal Legislation after the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, with More on the Culture Wars (volume 4); and The Free Speech and Establishment Clauses (volume 5). Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. in the Emory University Studies in Law and Religion Series, these volumes will be invaluable for scholars, lawyers, and anyone else interested in the important and often controversial issue of religious liberty.

You can read more about Laycock’s work, and you can purchase the full set.