Constitutional Law

Belief Behind Bars: Religious Freedom and Institutionalized Persons
By: Najmu Mohseen, Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America

Does Twitter Have to Respect My First Amendment Rights?
By: Loren Jacobson, Assistant Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law

How the John Lewis Voting Rights Act Would Fix the Constitutional Issues in the Voting Rights Act of 1964 Created by Shelby County
By: Brandon Maxey, Mayer LLP

Religious Liberty In The Age Of COVID
By: Antony Barone Kolenc, Assistant Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law

Sexual Abuse, Religious Organizations, And The First Amendment: Distorting Religious Freedom To Shield Child Abusers And Their Enablers
By: Lacey Turley Most, Turley Law Firm

The Limits of Free Speech in Social Media
By: Brett M. Pinkus, Partner at Wick, Phillips, Gould & Martin, LLP

They Are Holding Trial In The Streets! Obtaining Your Civil Rights Trial
By: Dan Dailey, Kingdom Litigations, Inc.

Undocumented Immigrants’ Rights Under the United States Constitution
By: Andres E. Martinez Millan, Attorney at The Law Office of Yolanda Castro-Dominguez



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