Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights v. Religious Liberty

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  • Remembering John Lewis.
  • Since 1988, Northwestern Law professor Andrew Koppelman has been arguing that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LGBTQ employees from workplace discrimination. It took a while, but last month, the US Supreme Court finally agreed. Professor Koppelman is the John Paul Stevens Professor of Law at Northwestern University. His latest book is Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty: An Unnecessary Conflict, from Oxford Press. The article mentioned in the interview is available here:

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