Religious Exemptions to Neutral Laws of General Applicability and the Theory of Disparate Impact Discrimination

@inproceedings{DeLise2016ReligiousET,
  title={Religious Exemptions to Neutral Laws of General Applicability and the Theory of Disparate Impact Discrimination},
  author={James M. DeLise},
  year={2016}
}
This Article argues that the theory undergirding religious exemptions to neutral laws of general applicability represents a viable theoretical and legal justification for race-based disparate-impact policies such as Title VII. Though not always expressly stated as such, one can best understand the theory underpinning the exemptions approach to religious free exercise as a paradigm of disparate impact discrimination. Similar to disparateimpact discrimination in the context of race and employment… Expand
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The War Between Disparate Impact and Equal Protection
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