NLJ Features Op-Ed by Professor Broyde on Religious Institutions

The National Law Journal features an op-ed written by Professor Michael J. Broyde on August 22. The article, co-written with Yitzchok Adlerstein, concerns a lawsuit involving the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, and the legal...[more]

Professor Witte Quoted on Cobb County Prayer Case

The August 21 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution quotes Professor John Witte, Jr., about a lawsuit over Cobb County Commission prayers. Click here to read the entire article.[more]

Professor Freer Discusses Supreme Court Nominee in National Publications

Professor Richard Freer is quoted in the August 17 editions of the Sacramento Bee and the Seattle Times on United States Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. Freer, who has studied the Senate confirmation process, says...[more]

Professor An-Na'im Discusses Plans for Peace in Sudan

Professor Abdullahi A. An-Naim is featured in an August 17 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article on prospects for peace in Sudan. An-Naim discussed conditions in Sudan in light of the death of John Garang, a rebel leader from...[more]

Professor An-Na'im Quoted in Articles on Islamic Edict

Professor Abdullahi An-Na'im is quoted in several publications including the Chicago Sun-Times,Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee, the Associated Press and the Detroit News August 4 editions on terrorism. The edict from American Muslim...[more]

Professor Mayton Discusses Recess Appointments on NPR

On August 2, Professor William Mayton discussed the expanding power of a recess appointment on NPR Morning Edition. The Senate balked at confirming John Bolton partly because of his reputation for being abrasive with colleagues...[more]

Dean Quoted in AJC on Homestead Exemptions

Interim Dean Frank Alexander is quoted in the July 24 edition of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution regarding floating homestead exemptions. "I would have serious doubts about the constitutionality of such local legislation or even...[more]

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