Noah Feldman is a legal scholar and professor of Law at the Harvard Law School primarily known for work on the overlap of law and religion. Feldman completed his undergraduate studies in 1992 in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard. In 1994 he earned a DPhil in Islamic thought at Oxford University, and his JD at Yale Law School in 1997.
Considering that most of Feldman’s focus is on law and religion, much of his work is concerned with First Amendment issues; however, this also influences his other area of specializtion, Islam. In fact, Feldman was a senior constitutional advisor to the Coalition of Provisional Authority in Iraq in 2003, and advised on drafting the country’s interim constitution. Most recently, in 2019, Feldman testified before the House Judiciary Committee as part of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
Feldman has written numerous books on subjects including religious liberties in the U.S., American and Middle-Eastern relations, and American historical figures.
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Noah R. Feldman is an American author, columnist, public intellectual, and host of the podcast Deep Background. He is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Chairman of the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. His work is devoted to constitutional law, with an emphasis on free speech, law & religion, and the history of constitutional ideas.Source: Wikipedia
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