Articles of interest – April 6, 2015
Howard Freidman, Religion Clause
- Marc O. DeGirolami, Free Exercise by Moonlight, (San Diego Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Twana A. Hassan, A Historical Analysis of the Development of Free Speech Justifications, (March 28, 2015).
- Frank S. Ravitch, Be Careful What You Wish for: Why Hobby Lobby Weakens Religious Freedom, (Brigham Young University Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Robert L. Howse, Joanna Langille & Katie Sykes, Pluralism in Practice: Moral Legislation and the Law of the WTO After Seal Products, (George Washington International Law Review, (2015 Forthcoming)).
- Mark Tushnet, Civil Rights Policy, (April 2, 2015).
- Marc Greendorfer, Brief of Tri Valley Law as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondents in Same Sex Marriage Cases Nos. 14-556, 14-562, 14-571 and 14-574, (April 2, 2015).
- Scott D. Gerber, Law and Religion in Colonial Connecticut, (55 Am. J. Legal Hist. 205, (April 2015)).
- Christopher McCrudden, Transnational Culture Wars, (I.CON International Journal of Constitutional Law, Forthcoming).
- James M. Oleske, ‘State Inaction,’ Equal Protection, and Religious Resistance to LGBT Rights, (University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 87, 2015, Forthcoming).
From SSRN (Non-U.S. Law):
- Michael Ramsden & Luke Marsh, Same Sex Marriage in Hong Kong: The Case for a Constitutional Right, (The International Journal of Human Rights (Volume 19, Issue 1, January 2015, pages 90-103).
- M.B. Hooker, Succession to Muslim Estates in Singapore: Sources of Law and Choice of Law, (Australian Journal of Asian Law, Vol. 15, No. 2, article 5, 2014).
- Rebecca French, What Is Buddhist Law?, (Buffalo Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Haider Ala Hamoudi, Wasfi H. Al-Sharaa & Aqeel Al-Dahhan, The Resolution of Disputes in State and Tribal Law in the South of Iraq: Toward a Cooperative Model of Pluralism, (in Negotiating State and Nonstate Law: The Challenges of Global and Local Legal Pluralism (Michael A. Helfand, ed. Cambridge University Press 2015)).