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  • Analyzing Religious Exemptions

    New research by Columbia Law School's Public Rights/Private Conscience Project and Professor Katherine Franke shows that measures to exempt public officials from issuing marriage licenses are unconstitutional.

    Analyzing Religious Exemptions
  • Legal Historian Joins Faculty

    Associate Professor Jeremy Kessler's scholarship focuses on First Amendment law, administrative law, and constitutional law generally. He served most recently as a clerk for U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit Judge Pierre N. Leval.

    Legal Historian Joins Faculty
  • From the Magazine

    The Middle Ground

    Students in Professor Alexandra Carter's mediation program learn to take thoughtful, nuanced approaches when addressing previously intractable disputes. In the process, they become better advocates, more agile problem solvers, and expert communicators.

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