Law, Religion, and the COVID-19 Crisis

This essay explores judicial responses to legal restrictions on worship during the COVID-19 pandemic and draws two lessons, one comparative and one relating specifically to U.S. law. As a comparative matter, courts across the globe have approached the problem in essentially the same way, through int...

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Published in:Journal of law and religion
Main Author: Movsesian, Mark L.
Format: Electronic Article
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Published: Cambridge Univ. Press 2022
In: Journal of law and religion
Year: 2022, Volume: 37, Issue: 1, Pages: 9-24
Further subjects:B religious accommodations
B Covid-19
B Church Autonomy
B Religious Freedom
B public health emergency
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