Articles of interest – April 10, 2017
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Sohail Wahedi, Council of State of Belgium and the Ban on Wearing Religious Symbols at Public Schools (The Headscarves Judgement), (Oxford Journal of Law and Religion (2016) 5 (3): 624-625).
- Luke Beck, The Australian Constitution’s Religious Tests Clause as an Anti-Discrimination Provision, (Monash University Law Review, Vol. 42, No. 3, pp. 545-578, 2017).
- Corey L. Brettschneider, Praying for America: The Constitutional Ban on Animus-Based and Theocratic Reasoning in the Establishment, Free Exercise and Equal Protection Clauses, (March 1, 2017).
- Maarc O. DeGirolami, The Bloating of the Constitution: Equality and the U.S. Establishment Clause, (The Social Equality of Religion or Belief (Alan Carling ed. 2016)).
- Stephen R. Munzer, The German Circumcision Controversy — And Beyond, (University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law Online (2017)).
- Shauna Van Praagh, Welcome to the Neighbourhood: Religion, Law and Living Together, (D. Newman, ed., Religious Freedom and Communities (Markham: Lexis Nexis, 2016)).
- Muhammad Masum Billah, Agency Contract under Conventional Law and Islamic Law as Manifested in the Civil Code of Oman: A Comparative Analysis, (Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Vol. 4 (2016), pp. 109-126).
- Ian Ramsay & Miranda Webster, Registered Charities and Governance Standard 5: An Evaluation, (Australian Business Law Review, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 127-158, 2017).
- Joseph Kary, Judgments of Peace. Montreal’s Jewish Arbitration Courts, 1914-1976, 56 American Journal of Legal History 436-489 (2016).
- Kyle C. Velte, All Fall Down: A Comprehensive Approach to Defeating the Religious Right’s Challenges to Antidiscrimination Statutes, 49 Connecticut Law Review 1-54 (2016).
- John Boersma, The Accreditation of Religious Law Schools in Canada and the United States, 2016 BYU Law Review 1081.
- Barry W. Bussey, The Legal Revolution Against the Place of Religion: The Case of Trinity Western University Law School, 2016 BYU Law Review 1127.
- David Little, Human Rights, Religious Freedom, and Peace, 2016 BYU Law Review 1215.
- Michael Quinlan, When the State Requires Doctors to Act Against their Conscience: The Religious Freedom Implications of the Referral and the Direction Obligations of Health Practitioners in Victoria and New South Wales, 2016 BYU Law Review 1237.
- Andrew L. Milne, Sharia and Anti-Sharia: Ethical Challenges for the Cross-Cultural Lawyer Representing Muslim Women, [Abstract], 57 South Texas Law Review 449-468 (2016).
- R.H. Helmholz, The Church and Magna Carta, 25 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 425-436 (2016).