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BOOKS


(With Tuttle, Robert W.) The State of the Law 2008: A Cumulative Report on Legal Developments Affecting Government Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations. Albany : Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2008. 


(With Tuttle, Robert W.) The State of the Law, 2007: Legal Developments Affecting Government Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations, Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2007. 


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). The State of the Law 2006: Legal Developments Affecting Government Partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations. Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2006. 


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). The State of the Law 2005: Legal Developments Affecting Partnerships Between Government and Faith-Based Organizations. Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2005. 


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). The State of the Law 2004: Partnerships Between Government and Faith-Based Organizations. Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2004. 


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). The State of the Law 2003: Developments in the Law Concerning Government Partnerships with Religious Organizations. Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2003. 


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). Government Partnerships with Faith-Based Service Providers: State of the Law. Albany, NY: Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, 2002. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


(With Tuttle, Robert W.) "The Forms and Limits of Religious Accommodation: the Case of RLUIPA," 32 Cardozo Law Review 1907-1936 (2011).


"Federalism and Faith Redux," (Separation of Powers in American Constitutionalism: the 28th Annual Federalist Society National Student Symposium on Law and Public Policy, 2009.) 33 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 935-942 (2010).


(With Tuttle, Robert.) "Same-Sex Family Equality and Religious Freedom," 5 Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy 274-306 (2010).


(With Tuttle, Robert W.) "Courts, Clergy, and Congregations: Disputes Between Religious Institutions and Their Leaders," 7 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 119-163 (2009).


(with Tuttle, Robert) "Ball on a Needle: Hein v. Freedom from Religion Foundation, Inc. and the Future of Establishment Clause Adjudication," 2008 Brigham Young University Law Review 115-168.


(with Tuttle, Robert W.) "Constitutional Change and Responsibilities of Governance Pertaining to the Faith-Based and Community Initiative," in Innovations in Effective Compassion: Compendium of Research Papers, presented at the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Conference on Research, Outcomes, and Evaluation. Prepared for The Center for Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services. Ed. by Joshi, Pamela, et. al. [Washington, D.C.] : June 2008.

The report is available at http://aspe.hhs.gov/fbic/comp08/.


(with Tuttle, Robert W.) "The Cross at College: Accommodation and Acknowledgment of Religion at Public Universities,"" 16 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 939-997 (2008).


(with Tuttle, Robert W.) "Instruments of Accommodation: the Military Chaplaincy and the Constitution," 110 West Virginia Law Review 89-165 (2007).


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). "Federalism and Faith." 56 Emory Law Journal 19-105 (2006).


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). "The Faith-Based Initiative and the Constitution." 55 DePaul Law Review 1-118 (2005).


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). "Sexual Misconduct and Ecclesiastical Immunity." (Symposium: Church Autonomy.) 2004 Brigham Young University Law Review1789-1896 (2004).


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). "Zelman's Future: Vouchers, Sectarian Providers, and the Next Round of Constitutional Battles." 78 Notre Dame Law Review 917-994 (2003).


(with Tuttle, Robert W). "Giannella Lecture. The Distinctive Place of Religious Entities in our Constitutional Order." 47 Villanova Law Review 37-92 (2002).


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). "Historic Preservation Grants to Houses of Worship: A Case Study in the Survival of Separationism." 43 Boston College Law Review 1139-1176 (2002).


(with Tuttle, Robert W.). "Sites of Redemption: A Wide Angle Look at Government Vouchers and Sectarian Service Providers." 18 Journal of Law and Politics 537-606 (2002).


"Government Messages and Government Money: Santa Fe, Mitchell v. Helms, and the Arc of the Establishment Clause." 42 William & Mary Law Review 771-822 (2001).


"Threading between the Religion Clauses." 63 Law & Contemporary Problems 439-452 (2000).


"The Case against Legislative Codification of Religious Liberty." 21 Cardozo Law Review 565-593 (1999).


"The Increasingly Anachronistic Case against School Vouchers." (Symposium on Law and Religion). 13 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 375-396 (1999).


"The Religion Clauses and Justice Brennan in Full." 87 California Law Review 1105-1116 (1999).


"Gloria Steinem at the Harvard Law Review Banquet." 2 Green Bag 15-23 (1998).


"The Failure of RFRA." 20 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 575-617 (1998).


"The Most-Cited Federalist Papers." 15 Constitutional Commentary 403-410 (1998)


"Time, the Supreme Court, and the Federalist." (Symposium: Textualism and the Constitution). 66 George Washington Law Review 1324-1336 (1998).


"Why the Congress was Wrong and the Court was Right--Reflections on City of Boerne v. Flores." 39 William & Mary Law Review 793-817 (1998).


"To Control Faction and Protect Liberty: A General Theory of the Religion Clause." 7 Journal of Contemporary Legal Problems 357-384 (1996).


"Uncovering the Village of Kiryas Joel." 96 Columbia Law Review 104-120 (1996).


"Of Time and the RFRA: A Lawyer's Guide to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act." (Symposium: The Religious Freedom Restoration Act). 56 Montana Law Review 171-225 (1995).


"Six Authors in Search of a Character." (Symposium: The Struggle between Faculty Author and Student Editor for Control of the Text). 70 Chicago-Kent Law Review 71-80 (1995).


"The Lingering Death of Separationism." 62 George Washington Law Review 230-279 (1994).


"Employment Division v. Smith and the Decline of the Supreme Court Centrism." (Symposium: New Directions in Religious Liberty). 43 Brigham Young University Law Review 259-274 (1993).


"Statutes Revolving in Constitutional Law Orbits." 79 Virginia Law Review 1-89 (1993).


"Which Old Witch? A Comment on Professor Paulsen's 'Lemon is Dead.'" (Symposium: Religion and Public Schools after Lee v. Weisman). 43 Case-Western Reserve Law Review 883-902 (1993).


"Models of Church-State Interaction and the Strategy of the Religion Clause." (Symposium: Confronting the Wall of Separation). 42 DePaul Law Review 223-233 (1992).


"Separation of Church and State." in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, edited by K. Karst and L. Levy. New York: Free Press, 1986.

Supplemented 1992.


"That was the Wall that Was?" G. W. Magazine 33 (June 1992).


"The Trouble with Accommodation." 60 George Washington Law Review 743-781 (1992).


"Reconstructing the Establishment Clause: The Case against Discretionary Accommodation of Religion." 140 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 555-612 (1991).


"Where Rights Begin: The Problem of Burdens on the Free Exercise of Religion." 102 Harvard Law Review 933-990 (1989).


"Free Exercise Exemptions and Religious Institutions: The Case of Employment Discrimination." 67 Boston University Law Review 391-442 (1987).


"Home Education, Religious Liberty, and the Separation of Powers." 67 Boston University Law Review 971-990 (1987).


"Home Education, Religious Liberty, and the Separation of Powers: A Comment on Care and Protection of Charles." 72 Massachusetts Law Review 47-55 (1987).


"Keeping the Faith: Religion, Equality, and Speech in the U.S. Constitution." (Symposium: Religion and the Law). 18 Connecticut Law Review 739-778 (1986).


(with Harper, Michael C.). "Fair Representation as Equal Protection." 98 Harvard Law Review 1211-1283 (1985).


"Constitutional Theory and the Search for the Workable Premise." 8 University of Dayton Law Review 579-622 (1983).


"Untangling the Strands of the Fourth Amendment." 77 Michigan Law Review 981-1077 (1979).


"Welfare and Federalism: AFDC Eligibility Policies and the Scope of State Discretion." 57 Boston University Law Review 1-38 (1977)


"Factors Influencing the Development of Environmental Law." in Industrial Pollution, edited by N. Irving Sax. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974.



BOOK REVIEWS


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). "The Limits of Equal Liberty as a Theory of Religious Freedom." Review of Religious Freedom and the Constitution, by Christopher L. Eisgruber & Lawrence G. Sager. 85 Texas Law Review 1247-1272 (2007).


"When Cultures Collide." Review of Constitutional Cultures: The Mentality and Consequences of Judicial Review, by Robert F. Nagel. 103 Harvard Law Review 951-963 (1990).


"Risky Business." Review of American Constitutional Law, by Lawrence Tribe (Second Edition, 1988). 101 Harvard Law Review 1303-1322 (1988).


"Intergenerationalism and Constitutional Law." Review of Constitutional Law, by G. Stone, et al., and Constitutional Law by J. Choper. 85 Michigan Law Review 1390-1405 (1987).


 Review of Speech and Law in a Free Society, by Franklyn S. Haiman. 68 Cornell Law Review 394-407 (1983).


 Review of Democracy and Distrust, by John Hart Ely. 15 Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review 779-800 (1980).


 Review of In the Last Resort, by Paul Weiler. 55 Boston University Law Review 312-322 (1975).



OTHER


(With Tuttle, Robert W.) "Hitting the Wall: Religion is still Special Under the Constitution, says the High Court." Vol. 27, No. 11 Legal Times 68-69 (Mar. 15, 2004).


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). A Preview of the Pending Supreme Court Decision in Locke v. Davey. Albany, NY: Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy, 2003.


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). New Federal Policies on Grants for Building Aid for Houses of Worship. Albany, NY: Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy, 2003.


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). Developments in the Faith-Based and Community Initiatives: Comments on Notices of Proposed Rulemaking and Guidance Document. Albany, NY: Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy, 2003.


(With Tuttle, Robert W.). Legal Analysis of Final Rules and Notices of Proposed Rulemaking Concerning the Faith-Based Initiative. Albany, NY: Roundtable on Religion and Social Welfare Policy, 2003.


"In Vouchers They Trust: Voucher Financing of Faith-Based Services it the Administration's Most Promising Route to Constitutional Success (Zelman v. Simmons-Harris). 169 New Jersey Law Journal, no. 5, p. S-10(1) (July 29, 2002).


Funding, Religion and the Constitution. (Panel Discussion sponsored by the AALS Section on Law and Religion - AALS Annual Meeting, 1999). Millersville, MD: Recorded Resources Corp., 1999.