Articles and books of interest – July 29, 2013

Howard Friedman, Religion Clause

From SSRN:

Monika Ambrus, The European Court of Human Rights and Standards of Proof in Religion Cases, (8 Religion and Human Rights 2 (2013), pp. 107-137, Forthcoming).

Perry Dane, Doctrine and Deep Structure in the Contraception Mandate Debate,(July 21, 2013).

Charles Tiefer, Jonathan W. Cuneo & Annie Reiner, Could This Train Make It Through: The Law and Strategy of the Gold Train Case, (Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, Vol. 15, 2012, pp. 129-154).

Ian C. Bartrum, Religion and the Restatements, (Brooklyn Law Review, Forthcoming).

Richard W. Garnett, ‘The Freedom of the Church’: (Towards) an Exposition, Translation, and Defense, (Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, Forthcoming (2013)).

From SmartCILP:

Todd A. DeMitchell, David J. Herbert & Loan T. Phan, The University Curriculum and the Constitution: Personal Beliefs and Professional Ethics in Graduate School Counseling Programs, 39 Journal of College and University Law 303-345 (2013).

Jane C. Ginsburg, Proto-property in Literary and Artistic Works: Sixteenth-Century Papal Printing Privileges, 36 Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 345-458 (2013).

The Lautsi Debate — Fin. Articles by Dimitrios Kyritsis, Stavros Tsakyrakis and Lorenzo Zucca; reply by J.H.H. Weiler. 11 I.Con: International Journal of Constitutional Law 200-233 (2013).

Recent Books:

Vincent Phillip Munoz, Religious Liberty and the American Supreme Court: The Essential Cases and Documents, (Rowman & Littlefield, July 2013).

Robin Griffith-Jones (ed.), Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a, (Cambridge Univ. Press, May 2013), Reviewed by Financial Times.