Jeremy Mallory : Courses and Seminars
Constitutional Law V: Freedom of Religion
This course explores religious freedom in America, integrating First Amendment doctrine and broader philosophical antecedents. It is recommended that students first take Constitutional Law I. Students who have completed Constitutional Law IV are ineligible to enroll in this course. Grading will be based on a scholarly paper or a final examination, with class participation taken into account.
Law and Religion
This seminar will explore religious freedom in the United States in more depth. In addition to First Amendment doctrine, readings will encompass philosophical antecedents and current controversies including but not limited to mandated birth control coverage, legislative chaplaincies, and aggressive religious speech. In addition to assigned readings, students will be expected to find and present interesting scholarly articles on current or historical topics relating to the subject matter. Grading will be based on short reactions to offered readings, presentation of articles, and a concluding paper. Constitution Law V is a recommended by not required prerequisite.