Professor Sewell Contributes Chapter to Law and Religion: Cases in Context

ICLRS Associate Director Elizabeth A. Sewell contributed the chapter “Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints v. Amos, 483 U.S. 327 (1987): Addressing Tensions between the Free Exercise and Establishment Clauses,” in Leslie C. Griffin, ed., Law and Religion: Cases in Context (Aspen Press, 2010).  Designed to be used either as a primary text or with any Law and Religion or First Amendment text, Law and Religion: Cases in Context presents descriptions and discussions of the landmark cases in law and religion and the First Amendment. Cases are selected from the leading religion and First Amendment casebooks, and the authors provide insights into the significance of each while revealing its context and, for many, details about what happened after the case was concluded.