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Constitutional Law 

Faculty Research

imageProf. Ruger on the Supreme Court’s ACA Sequel in the Hobby Lobby case

In The New England Journal of Medicine, the article “Money, Sex, and Religion — The Supreme Court’s ACA Sequel” by Theodore Ruger and Penn Medicine’s Jennifer Prah Ruger, Ph.D., M.S.L. discuss how the majority decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, written by Justice Samuel Alito, is a setback for both the ACA’s foundational goal of access to universal health care and for women’s health care specifically.

 

More on Constitutional Law Faculty and Research

Sample Penn Law Courses

  • Congress, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court
  • Democracy, Judicial Law-Making, & Constitutional Law
  • Feminist Legal Advocacy in the 20th Century
  • First Amendment in the 21st Century
  • Jurisprudence and Constitutional Theory
  • Political Philosophy of the Constitution

Clinics & Externships

Sample Student Groups

Toll Public Interest Center

Toll Public Interest Center placements often intersect with constitutional issues.