Richard Albert, a law and political science graduate of Yale, Oxford and Harvard, is
an Assistant Professor at Boston College Law School, where he teaches and writes about
constitutional law and comparative constitutional law. 

To learn more about Richard Albert, visit his personal website at www.richardalbert.com.

Comparative Constitutional Law

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Church and State in Western Society (Book Review), Journal of Church and State (2012)
 

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The Cult of Constitutionalism, Florida State University Law Review (2012)
 

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Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship, Journal of Church and State (2010)
 

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Constitutional Handcuffs, Arizona State Law Journal (2010)
 

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Presidential Values in Parliamentary Democracies, International Journal of Constitutional Law (2010)
 

Constitutional Law

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The Separation of Higher Powers, Southern Methodist University Law Review (2012)
 

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The Constitutional Politics of the Tea Party Movement, Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy (2011)
 

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The Next Constitutional Revolution, University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (2011)
 

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