I taught and worked with Amy Coney Barrett. Here’s what people get wrong about her faith.
I first met Amy Coney Barrett from behind a veil of academic anonymity.
I was teaching a First Amendment class at Notre Dame Law School. She was a student, just a face in the crowd. On the final exam, someone — the bluebooks were anonymous — had written an answer so impressive that I rushed to share it with one of my colleagues. This student, I said, gave a response to my own question much better than the one I had come up with myself. That student was Amy Coney.
Originally published: September 25, 2020
Author: John Garvey
Institution: Catholic University of America
Published by: The Washington Post