2011 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1235 (2011)
The Evangelical Footprint

handle is hein.journals/mslr2011 and id is 1243 raw text is: THE EVANGELICAL FOOTPRINT
Lisa Shaw Roy*
2011 MICH. ST. L. REV. 1235
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRO  DU CTION  ......................................................................................... 1236
1. EVANGELICALS IN    THE  COURTS ............................................................ 1239
A. The Financial Infrastructure: Fundraising Networks .................. 1239
B. Christian  Litigation  Firm s ........................................................... 1242
C. Emergence of a Free Speech Litigation Agenda ......................... 1247
I. FREE SPEECH AND EQUAL ACCESS: 1981-PRESENT ............................ 1250
A . The  University  Cam pus ............................................................... 1252
B. High Schools and the Equal Access Act ..................................... 1255
C. Equal Access to  Public  Facilities ................................................ 1263
D . Equal A ccess as Civil Rights ...................................................... 1266
E. Equal Access and Primary Schools ............................................. 1272
III. EQUAL ACCESS: PRESENT AND FUTURE ............................................ 1277
A. Evangelicals as Insiders: Access and Minority Religions ........... 1277
B. Evangelicals as Outsiders: The End of Equal Access? ................ 1279
C . A fter  Equal A ccess ...................................................................... 1288
C ON CLU SION  ............................................................................................ 1290
*   Jessie D. Puckett, Jr., Lecturer and Associate Professor of Law, University of
Mississippi School of Law. I am grateful to the host, Andrew Koppelman, the organizers,
Richard Garnett, Paul Horwitz, and Nelson Tebbe and participants at the 2011 Annual Law
and Religion Roundtable at Northwestern University School of Law where I presented an
earlier version of this paper, and to participants at a Faculty Workshop at the Saint Louis
University School of Law. For valuable comments and suggestions, I thank Thomas Berg,
Alan Brownstein, Mary Jean Dolan, Christopher Eisgrueber, Chad Flanders, Richard Gar-
nett, Fred Gedicks, Jessie Hill, Paul Horwitz, John Inazu, William Marshall, Michael Mo-
reland, Adam Samaha, Steven Shiffrin, Micah Schwartzman, Nelson Tebbe, and Mary Zieg-
ler. Thanks to my colleagues William Berry, Gary Myers, and Jack Nowlin for their com-
ments and insights; to Steven Griffin (Class of 2010), Philip Letendre (Class of 2011), and
Brittany Sharkey (Class of 2013) for research assistance; and to librarian Julianna Davis for
her tireless acquisition of books and materials. The University of Mississippi School of Law
provided research support in the form of a semester of sabbatical leave.

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