Articles of interest – April 2, 2018
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Josef Hien & Christian Joerges, Dead Man Walking: Current European Interest in the Ordoliberal Tradition, (EUI Department of Law Research Paper No. 2018/03 (2018)).
- Robert T. Miller, What is a Compelling Governmental Interest?, (Journal of Morality and Markets, (Forthcoming)).
- Ira C. Lupu & Robert W. Tuttle, #Metoo Meets the Ministerial Exception: Sexual Harassment Claims by Clergy and the First Amendment’s Religion Clauses, (William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice (2019 Forthcoming)).
- Melissa Crouch, Constitutionalism, Religion and Inequality: Perspectives from Asia, (Asian Journal of Comparative Law, Forthcoming).
- Susanna Mancini & Kristina Stoeckl, Transatlantic Conversations The Emergence of Society-Protective Antiabortion Arguments in the United States, Europe, and Russia, (S. Mancini, M. Rosenfeld, The Conscience Wars. Rethinking the Balance between Religion, Identity, and Equality, Cambridge University Press, 2018).
- Earl M. Maltz, The Constitution and the Trump Travel Ban, (Lewis & Clark Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Grant Christensen, A View from American Courts: The Year in Indian Law 2017, (Seattle University Law Review, Vol. 41, 2018).
- Sharon Cruz, The Search for Third Options in a Two-Bathroom Society, (1 International Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review 77 (2018)).
- Mohamed A. Arafa, Islam and Elder Care in Egypt after the Arab Spring Uprisings: Between Divine Law and Secular Law: Quo Vadis?, (CALUMET: Intercultural L. & Humanities Rev. [Law & Religion] (Online Fall 2017)).