62 Pages Posted: 29 Jun 2009 Last revised: 2 Sep 2015
Date Written: 2005
This Article is an exercise in comparative constitutional law and politics. It is both descriptive and analytical. It explores how - and explains why - Canada and the United States have mediated the tension between the right of access to abortion clinics and the freedom of religious expression. It also illuminates why both nations have privileged the right of access to abortion clinics over the right to free religious expression.
Keywords: Privacy, Religion, Religious Expression, Abortion, Canada, United States, Comparative Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law, Comparative Law, Proportionality, Abortion Clinics
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Albert, Richard, Protest, Proportionality and the Politics of Privacy (2005). Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2005. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1424042