Articles of interest – May 9, 2016
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Thomas C. Berg, Partly Acculturated Religious Activity: A Case for Accommodating Religious Nonprofits, (Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 91, Forthcoming).
- Robert A. Katz, The Role of Public Reason in Obergefell v. Hodges, (FIU Law Review 117 (2016)).
- Linda H, Edwards, Hearing Voices: Non-Party Stories in Abortion and Gay Rights Advocacy, (2015 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1327).
- Linda Sugin, Rhetoric and Reality in the Tax Law of Charity, (Fordham Law Review, Vol. 84, No. 101, 2016).
- Evelyn Brody, The 21st Century Fight Over Who Sets the Terms of the Charity Property Tax Exemption, (Exempt Organization Tax Review, Vol. 77, No. 4, 2016).
From SSRN (Non-U.S. Law):
- Benjamin Shmueli & Yuval Sinai, Victim Pays Damages to Tortfeasor: The When and Wherefore, (McGill Law Journal, Vol. 61, No. 2, 2015).
- Benjamin Shmueli, Tax, Don’t Ban: A Comparative Look at Harmful But Legitimate Islamic Family Practices Actionable Under Tort Law, (Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 2016).
- Victor M. Muniz-Fraticelli & Lawrence David, Religious Institutionalism in a Canadian Context, (Osgoode Legal Studies Research Paper No. 43/2016 (2015)).
- Jens T. Theilen, The Long Road to Recognition: Transgender Rights and Transgender Reality in Europe, (Gerhard Schreiber (ed.), Transsexualität in Theologie und Neurowissenschaften. Ergebnisse, Kontroversen, Perspektiven (De Gruyter 2016)).
- Rebecca Christianne Lee, Forced Sterilization and Mandatory Divorce: How A Majority of Council of Europe Member States’ Laws Regarding Gender Identity Violate the Internationally and Regionally Established Human Rights of Trans* People, (Berkeley Journal of International Law 33:1 (2015)).