Critics of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination have expressed concern over how she may rule in cases before the High Court, as well as the potential influence of her Catholic faith on her legal decisions. But according to her colleagues and fellow lawyers, Judge Barrett applies the law as written without consulting her own religious beliefs. Stephanie Barclay, Associate Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School, breaks down Judge Barrett’s judicial philosophy.
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