Articles of interest – May 8, 2017
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Russell G. Pearce, Adam Winer & Emily Jenab, A Challenge to Bleached out Professional Identity: How Jewish Was Justice Louis D. Brandeis?, (Touro Law Review, Vol. 33, No. 335, 2017).
- Linda C. McClain, The Intersection of Civil and Religious Family Law in the U.S. Constitutional Order: A Mild Legal Pluralism, (Religion, Secularism & Constitutional Democracy (Jean L Cohen and Cécile Laborde, Columbia University Press 2016), pp. 379-399).
- Michael V. Hernandez, In Defense of Pluralism: Religiously Affiliated Law Schools, Olympianism, and Christophobia, (University of Toledo Law Review, Vol. 48, 2017).
- Linda C. McClain, Reading Deboer and Obergefell through The ‘Moral Readings versus Originalisms’ Debate: From Constitutional ‘Empty Cupboards’ to Evolving Understandings, (11 Problema: Anuario de Filosofía y Teoria del Derecho 85-130 (Dec. 2017) ).
From SSRN (Non-U.S. Law):
- George Baylon Radics & Yee Suan Poon, Amos Yee, Free Speech, and Maintaining Religious Harmony in Singapore, (University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2016).
- Michael M. Karayanni, Multiculturalism As Covering: On the Accommodation of Minority Religions in Israel, (American Journal of Comparative Law, Forthcoming).
- Andrea Quinn, After Şahin v. Turkey and S.A.S. v. France: Scarves, Strategy and State Actors, (May 4, 2017).
- Ben Saul, Minorities and Counter-Terrorism Law, (European Yearbook of Minority Issues, Forthcoming).
- Karin Carmit Carmit Yefet, Synagogue and State in the Israeli Military: A Story of ‘Inappropriate Integration’, (10 Journal of Law & Ethics of Human Rights 223 (2016)).
- Benjamin Geva, The Medieval Hawale: The Legal Nature of the Suftaj and Other Islamic Payment Instruments, (Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper No. 42/2017).
- Marvin Lim, Epistemology in Uncertainty: Distinguishing Science and Faith in the Quantum Age, [Abstract], 53 California Western Law Review 1-47 (2016).