On October 5, 2011, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about one of the more closely watched separation-of-church-and-state cases in many years. Can a teacher at a private religious school sue that private religious school for a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (the "ADA")? If the teacher worked in a public school, the answer would be yes. But if the teacher works in a private religious school, some argue that the "freedom of religion" aspect of the First Amendment means that such private schools can set any "religious" rules they want - even if they violate the ADA. We'll see. For more read this short blog on this case.