Louisiana Law Review
Discrimination in employment, De facto doctrine, Administrative law, Estates (Social orders), Freedom of religion -- United States
In this article, the author offers information related to the ministerial exception, de facto law of the U.S. intended to protect the freedom of religion that exempts institutions from anti discrimination laws in hiring employees. It further discusses the influence of ministerial exception in employment discrimination laws of the U.S.
Blair A. Crunk,
New Wine in an Old Chalice: The Ministerial Exception’s Humble Roots,
73 La. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.lsu.edu/lalrev/vol73/iss4/8