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Jeff Hammond


Jeffrey B. Hammond is an Associate Professor of Law at Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama. In this role, Professor Hammond teaches courses in constitutional law, health law, and other subjects. His scholarship focuses on the intersection of law and religion and health law. In law and religion, Hammond is particularly interested in constructing Protestant theories of laws and conscience and in free exercise and establishment clause theory. In health law, Hammond is interested in economic interaction with health law and policy, the law of healthcare fraud and abuse, and the end-of-life, especially disorders of consciousness.

Professor Hammond is married and has three children. He may be found at ateacherofthelaw.com, Facebook: A Teacher of the Law, and Twitter: @TeacherofLaw.