Materials for 2018 Full Professor Review
The standards for promotion to Professor require the following:
Excellence in teaching. The faculty will review student evaluations and will also visit classes.
Scholarship: Scholarship will be evaluated by Lewis & Clark colleagues. The expectation is that at least one article will have been published or accepted for publication in an established law journal since receiving tenure.
Service: Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to service to the Law School, the community at large, and the profession.
PUBLICATIONS SINCE TENURE REVIEW:
Free Exercise (Dis)Honesty, Work in Progress
A Regrettable Invitation to “Constitutional Resistance,” Renewed Confusion Over Religious Exemptions, and the Future of Free Exercise, 20 Lewis & Clark Law Rev. 1317 (2017)
Grand Theory or Discrete Proposal? Religious Accommodations and Health Related Harms, 73 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. (OnLine) 387 (2016)
Brief of Amici Curiae Public Accommodation Law Scholars in Support of Respondents, Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission (Oct.30, 2017) (with Samuel Bagenstos, Nan D.Hunter, Elizabeth Sepper, and Joseph William Singer)
Plus Five In-Depth Legal Blog Posts found at: https://takecareblog.com/contributors/jim-oleske
PUBLICATIONS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED DURING PROMOTIONAL AND TENURE REVIEWS:
“State Inaction,” Equal Protection, and Religious Resistance to LGBT Rights, 87 Univ. Colo. L. Rev. 1 (2016)
Doric Columns Are Not Falling: Wedding Cakes, The Ministerial Exception, and the Public-Private Distinction, 75 Md. L. Rev. 142 (2015)
The Born-Again Champion of Conscience, 128 Harv. L. Rev. Forum 75 (2015)
The Evolution of Accommodation: Comparing the Unequal Treatment of Religious Objections to Interracial and Same-Sex Marriages, 50 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 99 (2015)
The Public Meaning of RFRA Versus Legislators’ Understanding of RLPA: A Response to Professor Laycock, 67 Vand. L. Rev. En Banc 125 (2014)
Obamacare, RFRA, and the Perils of Legislative History, 67 Vand. L. Rev. En Banc 77 (2014)
Lukumi at Twenty: A Legacy of Uncertainty for Religious Liberty and Animal Welfare Laws, 19 Animal L. 295 (2013)
PUBLICATIONS WRITTEN BEFORE JOINING THE LAW SCHOOL:
Federalism, Free Exercise, and Title VII: Reconsidering Reasonable Accommodation, 6 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 525 (2004)
Undue Burdens and the Free Exercise of Religion: Reworking a “Jurisprudence of Doubt”, 85 Geo. L. J. 751 (1997)