On Religion and Society in 2016

All New Briefs

From Religion Clause: “My nomination for [the sleeper issue to emerge] in 2016 is the question of whether the retirement plans of many religiously-affiliated healthcare organizations will, as the 3rd Circuit recently held, be found not to qualify for the ‘church plan’ exemption from ERISA on which they have relied.  Many of these plans will be […]

A New Birth of Freedom? Obergefell v. Hodges

All Current Features

Yoshino on Obergefell v. Hodges:  As part of the discussion of its implications for Christian higher education, debate continues on whether this Supreme Court decision is significant for more than its holding that same-sex marriage is a constitutionally protected right. In his Comment on Obergefell for Harvard Law Review’s annual Supreme Court issue, Kenji Yoshino argues […]

 
 
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