Jed Rubenfeld

There's a Legal War Over the Definition of Rape
And Tiger Mom's husband has waded right into it
May 06, 2014

A Yale Law professor wades into a decades-long fight over what we mean when we say "rape."

Anti-Antidisestablishmentarianism
February 24, 1997

When President Clinton signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in November, 1993, the South Lawn basked in a bipartisan glow. Designed to overturn the Supreme Court's widely criticized decision in Employment Division v. Smith, which held, in 1990, that the state of Oregon could forbid Native Americans from using illegal peyote as part of their religious rituals, RFRA was supported by an improbably broad coalition of Democrats and Republicans, from Orrin Hatch and Edward Kennedy to the National Islamic Prison Foundation and B'nai B'rith.