Articles of interest – October 20, 2014
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Nicholas Aroney, Freedom of Religion as an Associational Right, (University of Queensland Law Journal, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 153-186, 2014).
- Hamid Harasani, Islamic Law as a Comparable Model in Comparative Legal Research: Devising a Method, (3 Global Journal of Comparative Law (2014) 186-202).
- Moeen Ahmed, Punishment and State’s Criminal Law (October 9, 2014).
- Prakash Shah, The Difference that Religion Makes: Transplanting Legal Ideas from the West to Japan and India, (October 14, 2014).
- Michael A. Helfand, Arbitration’s Counter-Narrative: The Religious Arbitration Paradigm, (Yale Law Journal, Vol. 124 (2014)).
- Hillel Y. Levin, Rethinking Religious Minorities’ Political Power, (48 UC Davis Law Review, 2015 Forthcoming).
- Claudia E. Haupt, Professional Speech (October 13, 2014).
- Georgina Yeomans, The Constitutionality of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr., Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 in Light of Shelby County v. Holder, (Columbia Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Steven G. Calabresi, Gay Marriage and the Fourteenth Amendment, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 14-51 (October 13, 2014).
- Maria Linda Ontiveros, The Fundamental Nature of Title VII, (Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 76, 2014).
- Linda C. McClain, James Q. Wilson’s — And Society’s — Marriage Problems, (Forthcoming in book on the legacy of James Q. Wilson: Political Science Rightly Understood (R. Shep Melnick et al., editors)).
- Franciska Coleman, Separate Is Inherently Unequal, Unless You’re Religious: The Peculiar Constitutionalization of Religious Segregation, 32 Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal 65-101 (2013-2014).
- Kenneth L. Parker, The Saint Louis University Prison Program: An Ancient Mission, A New Beginning, 33 St. Louis University Public Law Review 377-399 (2014).
- Symposium: Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment: An International Look. Articles by Shami Chakrabarti, Eva Brems, Alejandro Madrazo, Lucy Vickers, Noa Mendelsohn Aviv, Karon Monaghan, Marvin Lim, Louise Melling and Priscilla J. Smith. 22 Journal of Law & Policy 483-766 (2014).