Articles of interest – March 16, 2015
Howard Freidman, Religion Clause
- Daniel Hay, Baptizing O’Brien: Towards Intermediate Protection of Religiously Motivated Expressive Conduct, (Vanderbilt Law Review, Vol. 68, No. 1, 2015).
- Alycia Michelle Wilson, Witches and Guns: The Intersection between Wicca and the Second Amendment, (February 4, 2015).
- Michael Schearer, God, Inc.: Hobby Lobby and Religious Freedom, (January 15, 2015).
- Aaron R. Petty, Accommodating ‘Religion’, (Tennessee Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Mohammad Fadel, Religious Law, Family Law and Arbitration: Shari’a and Halakha in America, (Chicago-Kent Law Review, Vol. 90, No. 1, 2015).
- Marie Ashe, Hosanna-Tabor, the Ministerial Exemption, and Losses of Equality: Constitutional Law and Religious Privilege in the US, (2 Oxford Journal of Law and Religion (2015)).
- Adam Lamparello, Why Chief Justice Roy Moore and the Alabama Supreme Court Just Made the Case for Same-Sex Marriage, (March 13, 2015).
- Andrew Koppelman & Ilya Somin, Amicus Brief in Obergefell v. Hodges, (Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 15-12).
From SSRN (Non-U.S. Law):
- Roberta Rosenthal Kwall, Living Gardens, Living Art, and Living Tradition, (5 IP Theory Journal 73 (2015)).
- Mark Walters, Succession to the Throne and the Architecture of the Constitution of Canada, (Queen’s University Legal Research Paper No. 2015-001 (2014)).
- Lorenzo Zucca, A Secular Manifesto for Europe, (March 5, 2015).
- Anuradha Chadha, A Case for Reservation in Favour of Religious Minorities,(March 6, 2015).
- Mariano Croce, Secularization, Legal Pluralism, and the Question of Relationship-Recognition Regimes, (The European Legacy 20(2) (2015): 151–165).
- Marie Ashe & Anissa Helie, Realities of Religio-Legalism: Religious Courts and Women’s Rights in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, (20 U.Cal.-Davis J. International Law & Policy 139 (Spring 2014)).
- Muhammad Munir, Mechanisms for Child Protection with Focus on Child Custody: Islamic Law and Case Studies of Pakistan and Jordan, (March 8, 2015).
- Frank S. Ravitch, The Japanese Prime Minister’s Visits to the Yasukuni Shrine Analyzed Under Articles 20 and 89 of the Japanese Constitution, (Michigan State University College of Law Journal of International Law, Vol. 22, No. 3, 2014).
- Tomas Berkmanas, Natural Law and Political Ontology: A Historico-Philosophical Outline of a Major Human Transformation, (Baltic Journal of Law & Politics 7:2 (2014): 119-151).