The Free Exercise Clause (Retired)

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Freedom of religion has been the watchword of the Free Exercise Clause, but the changing landscape of litigation after Employment Division v. Smith has meant the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and other similar laws are better for litigants than the First Amendment. Further, increased pressure has turned freedom of religion into a political argument, muddying the waters even more. This course will focus on the past, present, and future of the Free Exercise Clause.

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Course Instructor

Amin Sadri, Esq.

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Course Description

Freedom of religion has been the watchword of the Free Exercise Clause, but the changing landscape of litigation after Employment Division v. Smith has meant the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and other similar laws are better for litigants than the First Amendment. Further, increased pressure has turned freedom of religion into a political argument, muddying the waters even more. This course will focus on the past, present, and future of the Free Exercise Clause.

Syllabus

  1. Establishment Clause v. Free Exercise
  2. Reap of Free Exercise Clause jurisprudence pre-Smith
  3. Smith, RFRA, and RLUIPA
  4. Free Exercise as we now know it

Instructor

Amin Sadri, Esq.

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