Articles of interest – October 2, 2017
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Kyle C. Velte, Why the Religious Right Can’t Have Its (Straight Wedding) Cake and Eat It Too: Breaking the Preservation-Through-Transformation Dynamic in Masterpiece Cakeshop V. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, (September 22, 2017).
- Mohamed A. Arafa, The Prohibition of Wearing Veil in Public Schools in Egypt: An Analysis of the Egyptian Supreme Constitutional Court Jurisprudence, (4 Revista de Investigações Constitucionais (Journal of Constitutional Research) 1, (Curitiba, Brasil) (Spring 2017)).
- Perry Dane, A Tale of Two Clauses: Privacy, Religion, and Constitutional Reason, (William & Mary Bill of Rights, Forthcoming).
- Brian Hutler, Religious Arbitration and the Establishment Clause, (Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol. 33, No. 3, 2018).
- Ethan Dazelle, I Take You to Be My [Religiously] Wedded Wife: The Prospect of Civil Marriage and Personality Law Expanding in the Levant, (May 10, 2017).
- Peter Bayer, Deontological Originalism: Moral Truth, Liberty, and, Constitutional ‘Due Process’, (September 27, 2017).
- Daniele D’Alvia, (Legal) Uncertainty: Takaful between English Common Law and Shari’A Law, (International Review of Law, 2017).
- Professor Rebecca Gould & Shamil Shikhaliev, ‘Beyond the Taqlīd/Ijtihād Dichotomy: Daghestani Legal Thought under Russian Rule’, (Islamic Law and Society, Vol. 24(1-2), p. 142-169, 2017).
- Jenni Millbank, Exploring the Ineffable in Women’s Experiences of Relationality with Their Stored IVF Embryos, ((2017) Body & Society).
- Assaf Likhovski, Recent Trends in the Study of the Intellectual History of Law and Jewish Law Scholarship, (Forthcoming in Diné Yisrael (English section)).