After posting that snippet about whether Wednesday’s Hosanna-Tabor case decision applies to higher education, I still had the feeling that some professors at religiously affiliated colleges will be asking themselves: Will this affect me? (You may remember that the Supreme Court ruling essentially allows religious schools to classify certain employees as “ministers,” leaving them exempt Read more

University of Virginia law professor Douglas Laycock tells the New York Times that yesterday’s momentous Supreme Court ruling in the Hosanna-Tabor Church v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case — which granted religious schools an exception to employment discrimination laws — doesn’t just apply to K-12: Asked about professors at Catholic universities like Notre Dame, Professor Read more