Articles of interest – August 27, 2018
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Tihamer Toth, Competition and Democracy, (Versenytükör, 2017. V. issue, pp. 68-82).
- Ralph R. A. Janik, How Many Divisions Does the European Court of Human Rights Have? Compliance and Legitimacy in Times of Crisis, (20 Austrian Review of International and European Law (2018/2015) 125).
- Charles A. Sullivan, Clergy Contracts, (Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal, Forthcoming).
- David W. Opderbeck, Christian Thought and Property Law, (Forthcoming, Christian Thought and Private Law, Cambridge University Press).
- Phil Lord, Scientology’s Legal System, (August 15, 2018).
- Richard Albert, David Landau, Pietro Faraguna & Šimon Drugda, The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2017 Global Review of Constitutional Law, (Published by the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy (2018)).
- Dara E. Purvis, The Constitutionalization of Fatherhood, (August 15, 2018).
- Erica Goldberg, ‘Good Orthodoxy’ and the Legacy of Barnette: FIU College of Law Symposium on the 75th Anniversary of West Virginia V. Barnette, (Forthcoming, FIU Law Review).
- Ihsan Yilmaz & Zahid Shahab Ahmed, Islam and Women Rights in Pakistan, (August 9, 2018).
- Leonard Hammer, Cultural Heritage Protection and Sacred Spaces: Considering Alternative Approaches from Within the Human Rights Framework, 49 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 73-113 (2018).
- Allan W. Vestal, “In the Name of Heaven, Don’t Force Men to Hear Prayers”: Religious Liberty and the Constitution of Iowa, 66 Drake Law Review 355-451 (2018).
- Chelsea M. Baltes, Book Note. God and the Illegal Alien, United States Immigration Law and a Theology of Politics by Robert W. Heimburger, 32 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 237-245 (2018).
- Perspectives: How Cultural and Religious Diversity Affect Alternative Dispute Resolution. Franco Shapiro, moderator; Marcelo Rosadilla, Sukhsimranjit Singh, Marcio Vasconcellos, panelists, 18 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal 497-508 (2018).
- Mark Strasser, Free Exercise and Comer: Robust Entrenchment or Simply More of a Muddle?, [Abstract], 52 University of Richmond Law Review 887-922 (2018).