“Carson v. Makin: Implications for Students’ Civil Rights in Taxpayer Funded Religious Schools” by Suzanne Eckes, and Preston Green

This article is part of our “Kennedy, Carson, and Dobbs: Law and Religion in Pressing Supreme Court Cases” series. If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. In June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that when a state funds private school education it must also fund religious education. The state

“Law, Religion & Abortion Law of the United States: A Jewish View” by Michael J. Broyde

This article is part of our “Kennedy, Carson, and Dobbs: Law and Religion in Pressing Supreme Court Cases” series. If you’d like to check out other articles in this series, click here. Note: This work is a profoundly revised version intended to be accessible to a secular audience of a recent article of mine with a

“Why Are Jehovah’s Witnesses Persecuted?” by Mathew N. Schmalz

Since 2017, the Russian government has attempted to “liquidate” Jehovah’s Witnesses as a religious organization. Branding Jehovah’s Witnesses an “extremist” group akin to a terrorist organization, the Russian government has confiscated the organization’s property. Witnesses have been beaten and jailed.  This persecution has been condemned by the European Court of Human Rights, which recently imposed