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Richard Albert

Email Address: richard.albert@bc.edu

Qualifications: 

B.A., J.D., Yale University
B.C.L., Oxford University
LL.M., Harvard University

Occupation: Assistant Professor, Boston College Law School

Interests:

Constitutional Law & Theory
Religion and Public Statecraft
Religious Speech in Political Discourse
Democratic Theory

Publications: 

1. “American Separationism and Liberal Democracy.” Marquette Law Review 88 (2005): 867-925.

2. “Popular Will and the Establishment Clause.” Memphis Law Review 35 (2005): 199-253.

3. “Beyond the Conventional Establishment Clause Narrative.” Seattle Law Review 28 (2005) 329-378.

4. “Protest, Proportionality, and the Politics of Privacy.” Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review 27 (2005): 1-62.

5. “The Evolving Vice Presidency.” Temple Law Review 78 (2005): 811-896.

6. “Religion in the New Republic.” Louisiana Law Review 67 (2006): 1-54.

7. “The Constitutional Imbalance.” New Mexico Law Review 37 (2007): 1-38.

8. “Advisory Review: The Reincarnation of the Notwithstanding Clause.” Alberta Law Review 45 (2008): 1037-1069.

9. “Counterconstitutionalism.” Dalhousie Law Journal 31 (2008): 1-54.

10. “Nonconstitutional Amendments.” Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 22 (2009): 5-47.

11. "The Fusion of Presidentialism and Parliamentarianism." American Journal of Comparative Law 57 (2009): 531-577.

12. "Review of Constitutional Rights, Moral Controversy, and the Supreme Court," by Michael J. Perry. Journal of Church and State 51 (2009): 710-712.

13. "Presidential Values in Parliamentary Democracies." International Journal of Constitutional Law 8 (2010): 207-236.

14. "Review of Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship," edited by Geoffrey Brahm Levey and Tariq Modood. Journal of Church and State 52 (2010): 158-160.

15. "Constitutional Handcuffs." Arizona State Law Journal 42 (2010): 663-715.

16. "The Constitutional Politics of Presidential Succession." Hofstra Law Review 39 (2011): 497-576.