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December 2015 | Newsletter


Executive Committee:

Marc O. De Girolami Chair St. John’s University School of Law

Richard Albert Chair-Elect Boston College Law School

John Inazu Immediate Past Chair Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

Michael A. Helfand Co-Chair, Program Committee Pepperdine University School of Law

Robert A. Katz Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Zoë Robinson Chair, Nominations Committee DePaul University College of Law

Mark S. Scarberry Pepperdine University School of Law

Robin Fretwell Wilson Co-Chair, Program Committee University of Illinois College of Law

Nominations Committee:

Nathan Chapman University of Georgia School of Law

Marie Failinger Hamline University Law School

Richard W. Garnett University of Notre Dame Law School

Frank Ravitch Michigan State University College of Law

Program Committee:

Nelson Tebbe Brooklyn Law School

Michael Moreland Villanova University School of Law

Mark Movsesian St. John’s University School of Law

Kevin Walsh University of Richmond School of Law

Editor’s Note: Sincere thanks to Karen Breda and Ryan Hynes of Boston College Law School for invaluable assistance. –RA


Section on Law and Religion and Programs of Interest

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Law and Religion: Religious Responses to Same-Sex Marriage 10:15am - 12:00pm


Michael A. Helfand, Pepperdine University School of Law


Erik Eckholm, New York Times Katherine M. Franke, Columbia University School of Law R. R. Reno, First Things Kevin Walsh, University of Richmond School of Law Robin Fretwell Wilson, University of Illinois College of Law

Over the past 15 years, the United States has seen a rapid change in attitudes toward same-sex marriage. That change has raised significant questions and challenges for various religious communities in the United States. Religious communities have responded in different ways— from endorsement to ambivalence to rejection. This year’s panel of the Law & Religion section will explore these various reactions, including theological changes within religious communities, legal challenges advanced by religious communities, and legislative initiatives pursued by religious communities, as well as a host of other social, political, and legal responses to same-sex marriage in the United States. It will discuss how religious communities might, or might not, adapt to continuing social changes in the United States and how the United States will maintain its constitutional and cultural commitment to the religious freedom of these different communities.

Jewish Law: Is Analytical Jurisprudence Conceptually Relevant to, and Illuminating of, Jewish Law? 1:30pm - 3:15pm


Mark D. Rosen, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology


Michael Jay Broyde, Emory University School of Law Perry Dane, Rutgers School of Law - Camden Dr. Richard S. Lewis, Shalem College Chaim N. Saiman, Villanova University School of Law Suzanne L. Stone, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Is Jewish law explicitly, or impliedly, premised on some foundational understandings of the nature of what law is? Are there multiple such conceptions in early rabbinic materials? Have multiple understandings emerged over time and across space, perhaps influenced by non-Jewish jurisprudence? Do competing jurisprudential understandings have divergent implications for legal reasoning and other methods (such as looking to custom) for determining the law’s

content? Is there a connection between Jewish analytical jurisprudence (if there is such a thing) and formalism? Is self-conscious consideration of analytical jurisprudence’s application to Jewish law useful? Merely academic? Potentially pernicious? Why?

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Islamic Law Business Meeting 7:00am - 8:30am

Employment Discrimination Law, Co-Sponsored by Islamic Law, Minority Groups, and Women in Legal Education 10:30am - 12:15pm


Sahar Aziz, Texas A&M University School of Law Mr. Kylar W. Broadus Devon Wayne Carbado, University of California, Los Angeles School of Law Wendy Greene, Samford University, Cumberland School of Law Tanya Kateri Kateri Hernandez, Fordham University School of Law Ann C. McGinley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law Angela I. Onwuachi-Willig, University of Iowa College of Law Deborah L. Rhode, Stanford Law School

This program will explore an open question in employment discrimination jurisprudence – What is the scope of an employer’s ability to regulate appearance in the workplace? In partnership with the Sections on Islamic Law, Minority Groups and Women in Legal Education, the program will engage more broadly the concept of diversity and inclusion in modern employment settings and ask – What does leadership look like in the 21st century?

Case law which spans 35 years addressing employer dress and grooming standards, on the one hand, and physical appearance including bodily and facial characteristics of individuals, on the other, reflects the judiciary’s continuous struggle to balance employers’ business judgment and the identity and dignitary interests of workers. Through perspectives on a range of developments including enforcement litigation by the EEOC and notable anniversaries of seminal cases, the panelists will examine the impact of appearance norms on workplace dynamics and notions of belonging, as well as the evolution of interpretive frameworks in anti-discrimination law based on gender, race, color, national origin, religion, as well as the cultural and social contingency of “looks” generally.

This program offers an opportunity to reflect on appearance norms, the substantive contours of the anti-discrimination law, and significantly, the impact of these developments on workplace opportunities for women, people of color, and others whose physical appearance, features or related characteristics raise important questions about employer selection procedures and policies, actual job capacity, and diversity and inclusion in the contemporary workplace. Anti- discrimination scholarship reflects a range of interventions over the years from scholars’ efforts

to contextualize the various identity categories and the meaning of employment discrimination. This program includes some of the notable and most impactful voices on the issue.

Islamic Law, Co-Sponsored by International Human Rights, International Law and National Security Law

Challenging Sovereignty: Exploring the Rise of ISIS and Boko Haram 1:30pm - 3:15pm


Nadia Ahmad, Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law


Sahar Aziz, Texas A&M University School of Law Bernard K. Freamon, Seton Hall University School of Law Professor John Kelsay, Florida State University Department of Religion

In the past three years, two militant insurgencies have challenged the international order of national borders and understandings of sovereignty in the Middle East and West Africa. The military and political actions of ISIS and Boko Haram have resulted in the taking of large swaths of territory without regard to previously drawn and globally recognized borders, claiming Islamic justification for their actions. ISIS’ self-proclamation as a caliphate, coining money and establishing Sharia courts further presses questions about the nature of Islamic government in a modern world, and its relationship with global international norms of sovereignty. Even more urgently, ISIS and Boko Haram’s enslavement of thousands of war captives and cruel and inhumane treatment of prisoners of war and civilians, demands new attention to the relationship of Islamic law with international human rights norms. In sum, the conduct of ISIS and Boko Haram have stimulated vigorous debate among legal scholars and opinion-makers around the world on the role of international law, human rights, and Islamic law in the face of such destructive transnational organizations.



Lili Abu-Lughod, Do Muslim Women Need Saving?

Arlin M. Adams et al., A Nation Dedicated to Religious Liberty: The Constitutional Heritage of the Religion Clauses (2015)

Dina Afrianty, Women and Sharia Law in Northern Indonesia: Local Women's NGOs and the Reform of Islamic Law in Aceh (2015)

Rex Ahdar and Ian Leigh, Religious Freedom in the Liberal State (2015)

Mohammed Abed al-Jabri, Democracy, Human Rights and Law in Islamic Thought (2015)

Ibrahim Ibn Musa Abu Ishaq al-Shatibi, The Reconciliation of the Fundamentals of Islamic Law:

Al-Muwafaqat fi Usul al-Shari’a (2015)

Carlo Amodei, La Liberta Religiosa: Liberta Religiosa ed Articulo 20 della Costituzione Italiana


Owen Anderson, The Declaration of Independence and God: Self-evident Truths in American Law

Molalign Asmare, The Implication of Bahir Dar University Students' Code of Conduct on the Right to Religious Freedom (2015)

Hina Azam, Sexual Violation in Islamic Law: Substance, Evidence and Procedure (2015)

Maha-Hanaan Balala, Islamic Finance and Law: Theory and Practice in a Globalized World


Patrick Bannerman, Islam in Perspective: A Guide to Islamic Society, Politics and Law (2015)

Nimat Hafez Barazangi, Women’s Identity and Rethinking the Hadith (2015)

Francis J. Beckwith, Taking Rites Seriously: Law, Politics and the Reasonableness of Faith


Benjamin L. Berger, Law’s Religion: Religious Difference and the Claims of Constitutionalism


Ann Black et al., Modern Perspectives on Islamic Law (2015)

Boris I. Bittker, Scott C. Idleman & Frank S. Ravitch, Religion and the State in American Law


Marianne Bøe, Family Law in Contemporary Iran: Women's Rights Activism and Shari'a (2015)

Robert Bolton, The Order of the Ages: The Hidden Laws of World History (2015)









Bundesrepublik Deutschland (1949-1969) (2014)

Jonathan Bowman, Cosmopolitan Justice: The Axial Age, Multiple Modernities and


Postsecular Turn (2015)

Katherine A. Brady, The Distinctiveness of Religion in American Law: Rethinking Religion Clause Jurisprudence (2015)

Luke Bretherton, Resurrecting Democracy: Faith, Citizenship and the Politics of a Common Life


Stephanie Mar Brettmann, Theories of Justice: A Dialogue with Karol Wojtyla and Karl Barth


Kathryn Camp, In God We Trust: How the Supreme Court’s First Amendment Decisions Affect Organized Religion (2015)

David Bryan, Cosmos, Chaos and the Kosher Mentality (2015)

Andrew Caplan and David McIlroy, “Speaking Up”: Defending and Delivering Access to Justice Today (2015)

Marta Cartabia and Andrea Simoncini, Pope Benedict XVI’s Legal Thought: A Dialogue on the Foundation of Law (2015)

Jimmy Carter, A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power (2015)

Center for Security Policy, Shariah in American Courts: The Expanding Incursion of Islamic Law in the U. S. Legal System (2014)

Burke Cormac, The Theology of Marriage: Personalism, Doctrine and Canon Law (2015)

Eugene Cotran and Martin Lau, Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Volume 17 (2011-2012) (2015)

Malachi D. Crawford, Black Muslims and the Law: Civil Liberties From Elijah Muhammad to Muhammad Ali (2015)

Frank B. Cross, Constitutions and Religious Freedom (2015)

Ashk Dahlen, Islamic Law, Epistemology, and Modernity: Legal Philosophy in Contemporary Iran (2015)

Daniel P. Dalton, Litigating Religious Land Use Cases (2015)

William R. Davie et als., First Amendment Law in Louisiana (2015)

Fausto Martin De Sanctis, Churches, Temples and Financial Crimes: A Judicial Perspective of the Abuse of Faith (2015)

Norman Doe, Christian Law: Contemporary Principles (2015)

Recep Dogan, Usul al Fiqh: A Methodology of Islamic Jurisprudence (2015)

Glenn Dynner, Jews, Liquor, and the Life of the Kingdom in Poland (2015)

Ahmed Mohamed El Demery, The Arab Charter of Human Rights: A Voice for Sharia in the Modern World (2015)

Ahmed el-Shamsy, The Canonization of Islamic Law (2015)

Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis, and Benjamin Glahn, Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law (2015)

Anver M. Emon and Matthew Levering, Natural Law: A Jewish, Christian and Muslim Trialogue


Jonathan Ercanbrack, The Transformation of Islamic Law in Global Financial Markets (2015)

John L. Esposito and Tamara Sonn, Islam and Democracy after the Arab Spring (2015)

Malcolm Evans and Peter Petkoff, Changing Nature of Religious Rights under International Law


Silvio Ferrari, Routledge Handbook of Law and Religion (2015)

Peter Fitzpatrick, Legal Theology (2015)

Marie-Claire Foblets et al., Belief, Law and Politics: What Future for a Secular Europe (2014)

Roderick O. Ford, Jesus Master of Law: A Juridical Science of Christianity and the Law of Equity (2015)

Francois Foret, Religion at the European Parliament and in European Multi-Level Governance


Anne Fornerod, Funding Religious Heritage (2015)

Domenico Francavilla, The Roots of Hindu Jurisprudence Sources of Dharma and Interpretations of Mimamsa and Dharmashastra (2015)

David M. Freidenreich, Foreigners and Their Food: Constructing Otherness in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Law (2015)

Francis T. Furey, An Explanation of the Constitution of the United States of America: Prepared for Use in Catholic Schools, Academies, and Colleges (2015)

Naser Ghobadzadah, Religious Secularity: A Theological Challenge to the Islamic State (2014)

Karim Ginena and Azhar Hamid, Foundations of Shariah Governance of Islamic Banks (2015)

Dorota Anna Gozdecka, Rights, Religious Pluralism and the Recognition of the Difference: Off the Scales of Justice (2015)

Robin Griffith-Jones and Mark Hill, Magna Carta, Religion and the Rule of Law (2015)

Ralph Grillo, Muslim Families, Politics and the Law: A Legal Industry in Multicultural Britain


Darara Gubo, Blasphemy and Defamation of Religions in a Polarized World:

How Religious

Fundamentalism is Challenging Fundamental Human Rights (2014)

LaDawn Haglund and Robin Stryker, Closing the Rights Gap: From Human Rights to Social Transformation (2015)

Fachrizal A. Halim, Legal Authority in Pre-Modern Islam (2014)

Marci A. Hamilton, God vs. the Gavel: The Perils of Extreme Religious Liberty (Cambridge University Press 2014)

F. P. Hannah, Women in Islam: And the Rights of Women in Islamic Law (2015)

Hussein Hassan, Contracts in Islamic Law (2015)

Michael A. Helfand (ed.), Negotiating State and Non-State Law: The Challenges of Global and Local Legal Pluralism (2015)

Alan D. Hertzke, Religious Freedom in America: Constitutional Roots and Contemporary Challenges (2015)

Human Rights without Frontiers International, Freedom of Religion or Belief & Blasphemy:

Prisoners List 2014 (2015)

M.T.G. Humphreys, Law, Power, and Imperial Ideology in the Iconoclast Era C. 680-850 (2015)

Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, Pragmatism in Islamic Law: A Social and Intellectual History (2015)

Daisaku Ikeda and Ved Nanda, Our World to Make: Hinduism, Buddhism and the Rise of Global Civil Society

Olufemi Ojo Ilesanmi, Islamism, Statehood and Human Rights: A World of Difference (2015)

Maidul Islam, Limits of Islamism: Jamaat-e-Islami in Contemporary India and Bangladesh


Blaz Ivanc, Religion and Law in Slovenia (2015)

Vaughn E. James, Current Conflicts in Law and Religion (2015)

Esther Janssen, Faith in the Public Debate: On Freedom of Expression, Hate Speech and Religion in France and the Netherlands (2015)

E. J. Jetmir, Bollenbach v Board of Education of Monroe: Test of the Establishment Clause


Mark Jurgensmeyer and Dinah Griego, God in the Tumult of the Global Square: Religion in Global Civil Society

Ebru Kayaalp, Remaking Politics, Markets, and Citizens in Turkey (2015)

Sibanda Ken, The Case for African Jews: The Case for Religious Freedom (2015)

John Keown and Robert P. George, Reason, Morality and Law: The Philosophy of John Finnis


Matthias Kötter and Tilmann J. Röder, Non-State Justice Institutions and the Law: Decision- Making at the Interface of Tradition, Religion and the State (Governance and Limited Statehood) (2015)

Yissachar Dov Krakowski, Shemittah Guide (2015)

Stephen M. Krason, The Crisis of Religious Liberty: Reflections from Law, History and Catholic Social Thought (2014)

Roberta Rosenthall Kwall, The Myth of the Cultural Jew: Culture and Law in Jewish Tradition


Bernard Lebeau and Alain Grimfeld, L’euthanasieur: Faut-il Créer un Nouveau Métier? (2015)

David Little, Essays on Religion and Human Rights: Ground to Stand On (2015)

Ronald A. Lindsay, The Necessity of Secularism: Why God Can’t Tell Us What to Do (2014)

Yair Lorberbaum, In God’s Image: Myth, Theology, and Law in Classical Judaism (2015)

Joseph E. Lowry, The Epistle on Legal Theory: A Translation of Al-Shafii’s Risalah (2015)

Saba Mahmood, Religious Difference in a Secular Age: A Minority Report (2015)

Chandra Mallampalli, Race, Religion and Law in Colonial India: Trials of an Interracial Family


Chibli Mallat, Philosophy of Nonviolence: Revolution, Constitutionalism and Justice Beyond the Middle East (2014)

William C. Mattison et al., Searching for a Universal Ethic: Multidisciplinary, Ecumenical and Interfaith Responses to the Catholic Natural Law Tradition (2014)

Thomas F. Mayer, The Roman Inquisition: Trying Galileo (2015)

Rubya Mehdi, The Islamization of Law in Pakistan (2015)

Francis Messner, Public Funding of Religions in Europe (2015)

Rachel Muers, Testimony: Quakerism and Theological Ethics (2015)

Vincent Phillip Munoz, Religious Liberty and the American Supreme Court: Essential Cases and Documents (2015)

Samuel Moyn, Christian Human Rights (2015)

A.G. Noorani, Article 370: A Constitutional History of Jammu and Kashmir (2015)

Emeka Obiezu, It Is Good for Us to Be Here: Catholic Religious Institutes as NGOs at the United Nations (2015)

Ryuho Okawa, The Laws of Invincible Leadership: How to Keep on Succeeding (2015)

Robert William Piatt, Jr., Catholic Legal Perspectives, Second Edition (2014)

Rene Provost, Mapping the Legal Boundaries of Belonging: Religion and Multiculturalism from Israel to Canada (2014)

John Ragosta, Religious Freedom: Jefferson’s Legacy, America’s Creed (2014)

Frank Ravitch and Larry Cata Backer, Law and Religion: Cases, Materials and Readings (2015)

Ruth Redmond-Cooper, Heritage, Ancestry and the Law: Principles, Policies and Practices in Dealing with Historical Human Remains (2015)

Ronald J. Rychlak, American Law from a Catholic Perspective: Through a Clearer Lens (2015)

Abdullah Saeed, Islam and Belief: At Home with Religious Freedom (2014)

Russell Sandberg, Religion and Legal Pluralism (2015)

Christi Sanders and Cheryl Lentz, Ethics, Employment Law and Faith-based Universities: When Law and Faith Collide (2015)

Boaventura Santos, If God Were a Human Rights Activist (2015)

Balazs Schanda, Religion and Law in Hungary (2015)

Philip Maximillian Schmidt, Meinungsfreiheit und Religion im Spannungsverhaltnis (2015)

Micah Schwartzman, Chad Flanders, and Zoë Robinson (eds.), The Rise of Corporate Religious Liberty (forthcoming 2016)

Benjamin Sells, The Soul of the Law (2015) (new edition with epilogue)

Niaz A. Shah, Islam and the Law of Armed Conflict: Essential Readings (2015)

Ido Shahar and Prakash Shah, Legal Pluralism in the Holy City: Competing Courts, Forum Shopping and Institutional Dynamics in Jerusalem (2015)

Ruth Shamir, Jewish Identity: The Challenge of Peoplehood Today (2015)

Adam R. Shapiro, Trying Biology: The Scopes Trial, Textbooks, and the Antievolution Movement in American Schools (2015)

Uriya Shavit, Sharia and Muslim Minorities: the Wasati and Salafi Approaches to Fiqh al Aqalliyyat al-Muslima (2015)

Devin Stewart, Disagreements of the Jurists: A Manual of Islamic Legal Theory (2015)

Elke Stockreiter, Islamic Law, Gender, and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar (2015)

Brent Strawn, The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Law (2015)

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan and Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Politics of Religious Freedom (2015)

Mehran Tamadonfar, Islamic Law and Governance in Contemporary Iran: Transcending Islam for Social, Economic and Political Order (2015)

Susan Brooks Thistlewaite, Women’s Bodies as Battlefield: Christian Theology and the Global War on Women (2015)

Renata Uitz, Religion in the Public Square: Perspectives on Secularism (2014)

Guilliaume Groen van Prinsterer and Colin Wright, Christian Political Action in an Age of Revolution (2015)

Rob van der Laarse and Mykhailo N. Cherenkov, Religion, State, Society and Identity in Transition Ukraine (2015)

Edme Vay, L’Église dans l’État (2015)

Alan Verskin, Islamic Law and the Crisis of the Reconquista: The Debate on the Status of Muslim Communities in Christendom (2015)

Noel Villaroman, Treading on Sacred Grounds: Places of Worship, Local Planning and Religious Freedom in Australia (2015)











Counterrevolutions (2015)

Jason E. Whitehead, Judging Judges: Values and the Rule of Law (2014)

Douglas Wilson and Randy Booth, A Justice Primer (2015)

Laurence H. Winer and Nina J. Crimm, God, Schools and Government Funding (2015)

John Witte, Jr., The Western Case for Monogamy over Polygamy (2015)

Luqman Zakariyah, Legal Maxims in Islamic Criminal Law: Theory and Applications (2015)

Howard Zehr, The Little Book of Restorative Justice: Revised and Updated (2015)

Hans-Georg Ziebertz, Religion and Human Rights: An International Perspective (2015)

Lorenza Zucca and Camil Ungureano, Law, State and Religion in the New Europe: Debates and Dilemmas (2015)

Lorenza Zucca, Religious Rights (2015)

Chapters in Books

Angela C. Carmella, Land Use, in Religion and the State in American Law (Bittker, Idleman & Ravitch, eds., 2015)

Ira C. Lupu & Robert W. Tuttle, Religious Exemptions and the Limited Relevance of Corporate Identity, in The Rise of Corporate Religious Liberty (Zoe Robinson, Chad Flanders, & Micah Schwartzman, eds., 2015)



Philosophy of Religion (Graham Oppy ed. 2015)






Square, in The




Marci A. Hamilton, Entry for Boerne v. Flores, in American Governance (Stephen L. Schechter, ed. Macmillan, forthcoming 2016)

Elizabeth Sepper, Healthcare Exemptions and the Future of Corporate Religious Liberty, in The Rise of the Corporate Religious Liberty (Micah Schwartzman, Chad Flanders & Zoe Robinson eds., 2015)

Elizabeth Sepper, Conscientious Refusals of Care, in Oxford Handbook of American Health Law (Glenn Cohen, Allison Hoffman, & William Sage, eds., 2015)

John Witte, Jr., The Nature of Family, the Family of Nature: Prescient Insights from the Scottish Enlightenment, in The Authority of the Gospel: Explorations in Moral and Political Theology in Honor of Oliver O’Donovan (Robert Song and Brent Waters, eds., 2015)

John Witte, Jr., To Serve Right and to Fight Wrong: Why Religion, Human Rights, and Human Dignity Need Each Other, in Pope Benedict XVI’s Legal Speeches in Comparative









John Witte, Jr., Toward a New Magna Carta for Early Modern England, in Magna Carta, Religion, and the Rule of Law (Robin Griffith-Jones and Mark Hill, eds., 2015)

John Witte, Jr., Law and Religion in the Western Legal Tradition, in Routledge Handbook of Law and Religion (Silvio Ferrari, ed. 2015)

John Witte, Jr., Hugo Grotius and the Natural Law of Marriage: A Case Study of Harmonizing Confessional Differences in Early Modern Europe, in Studies in Canon Law and Common Law in Honor of R.H. Helmholz (Troy L. Harris, ed., 2015)

John Witte, Jr., David Little: A Modern Calvinist Architect of Human Rights, in Religion and Public Policy: Human Rights, Conflict and Ethics (Sumner B. Twiss, et al., eds., 2015)


Engy Abdelkader, “Savagery” in the Subways: Anti-Muslim Ads, the First Amendment, and the Efficacy of Counterspeech, 21 Asian American Law Journal 43 (2014)

Kerime Sule Akoglu, Piecemeal Freedom: Why the Headscarf Ban Remains in Place in Turkey, 38 Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 277(2015)

Deepak Amrik Singh Ahluwalia, Muslims Denied: How the USCIS Uses a Formerly Secret Program to Delay and Reject Naturalization Applications from Muslims and other Minorities, 16 Scholar 631 (2014)

Nadia B. Ahmad, The Islamic Influence in (Pre-)Colonial and Early America: A Historico-Legal Snapshot, 12 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 913 (2014)

Dawood I. Ahmed and Tom Ginsburg, Constitutional Islamization and Human Rights: The Surprising Origin and Speed of Islamic Supremacy in Constitutions, 54 Virginia Journal of International Law 615 (2014)

Nida Alvi, Dressed to Oppress? An Analysis of the Legal Treatment of the First Amendment and its Effect on Muslim Women who Wear Hijabs, 21 Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender 785


Eric Apar, Toward the Transcendent: A Toquevillian Approach to Free Exercise, 12 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 225 (2014)

Eric Apar, The Perils of Doubt: Happiness, Epistemological Certainty, and Free Exercise Rights, 49 Valparaiso University Law Review 155 (2014)

Larry Cata Backer, The Crisis of Secular Liberalism and the Constitutional State in Comparative Perspective: Religion, Rule of Law, and Democratic Organization of Religion Privileging States, 48 Cornell International Law Journal 51 (2015)

Matthew M. Ball, Targeting Religion: Analyzing Appalachian Proscriptions on Religious Snake Handling, 95 Boston University Law Review 1425 (2015)

M. Cherif Bassiouni, Misunderstanding Islam on the Use of Violence, 37 Houston Journal of International Law 643 (2015)

Robert Bender, Jr., A Legitimate and Rational Look at Hobby Lobby: How the Supreme Court Muddied the Waters of First Amendment Jurisprudence, 24 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 451 (2015)

Nathan A. Berkeley, Religious Freedom and LGBT Rights: Trading Zero Sum Approaches for Careful Distinctions and Genuine Pluralism, 50 Gonzaga Law Review 1 (2014/2015)

Khaled A. Beydoun, Antebellum Islam, 58 Howard Law Journal 141 (2014)

Khaled A. Beydoun, Between Muslim and White: The Legal Construction of Arab American Identity, 69 New York University Annual Survey of American Law 29 (2013)

Ashutosh Bhagwat, Religious Associations: Hosanna-Tabor and the Instrumental Value of Religious Groups, 92 Washington University Law Review 71 (2014)

Fahad Ahmad Bishara, Paper Routes: Inscribing Islamic Law Across the Nineteenth-Century Western Indian Ocean, 32 Law & History Review 797 (2014)

J. Kenneth Blackwell, America’s Two First Freedoms: A Biblical Christian Perspective on How the Second Amendment Secures First Amendment Rights, 9 Liberty University Law Review 215 (2015)

Sr. Eugenia Bonetti, Women Helping Women: The Italian Experience of Women Religious in Combating Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery, 9 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 25 (2014)

Winston Bowman, A Civil Death: Mormon Disenfranchisement in the Inter-Mountain West, 27 Western Legal History 1 (2014)

Inna Nam Brady, Religious Freedom in Kazakhstan: Facing the Kazakhstani Law on Religious Activities and Religious Associations, 1 Journal of Global Justice & Public Policy 227


John M. Breen, Abortion, Religion, and the Accusation of Establishment: A Critique of Justice Stevens’ Opinions in Thornburgh, Webster, and Casey, 39 Ohio Northern University Law Review 823 (2013)

John M. Breen and Lee J. Strang, The Forgotten Jurisprudential Debate: Catholic Legal Thought’s Response to Legal Realism, 98 Marquette Law Review 1203 (2015)

J. Robert Brown, Jr., Secularism, Sharia, and the Turkish Financial Markets, 40 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 407 (2015)

T.W. Brown, Ensuring the Application of RFRA and RLUIPA in Pro Se Prisoner Litigation, 41 Ohio Northern University Law Review 29 (2014)

Ryan M. Budd, Apples to Apples: Yes, There Is (or Can Be!) a Unified Approach to RLUIPA Ripeness, 46 Urban Lawyer 783 (2014)

Zachary R. Calo, Christianity, Islam, and Secular Law, 39 Ohio Northern University Law Review 879 (2013)

Angela C. Carmella, After Hobby Lobby: The “Religious For-Profit” and the Limits of the Autonomy Doctrine, 80 Missouri Law Review 381 (2015)

Jennifer Carr, Complicity and Collection: Religious Freedom and Tax, 11 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 183 (2014)

Kristopher L. Caudle, Unanswered Prayers: Lund v. Rowan County and the Permissiveness of Sectarian Prayer in Municipalities, 12 First Amendment Law Review 625 (2014)

Matthew Cavedon, Men of the Spear and Men of God: Islamism’s Contributions to the New Somali State, 28 Emory International Law Review 473 (2014)

Henry L. Chambers, Jr., The Problems Inherent in Litigating Employer Free Exercise Rights, 86 University of Colorado Law Review 1141 (2015)

Mahmoud Chandia and Kartina A. Choong, The Conflation of Ethnicity and Religion in Malaysia: A Reflection, 23 Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law 353


Kenneth K. Ching, Would Jesus Kill Hitler? Bonhoeffer, Church, and State, 11 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 529 (2013)

Nuzhat Chowdhury, I, Spy (but Only on You): Raza v. City of New York, the Civil Rights Disaster of Religious & Ethnic-based Surveillance, and the National Security Excuse, 46 Columbia Human Rights Law Journal 278 (2015)

Jeremy M. Christiansen, “The Word ‘Person’

Corporations”: Why the Religious

Freedom Restoration Act Protects both For- and Nonprofit Corporations, Utah Law

Review 623 (2013)


Richard Chused, Dream Vignettes, 59 New York Law School Law Review 111 (2014/15)

Corey A. Ciocchetti, Religious Freedom and Closely Held Corporations: The Hobby Lobby Case and Its Ethical Implications, 93 Oregon Law Review 259 (2014)

Amelia Coates, Sacred Rain Arrow: Honoring the Native American Heritage of the States while Balancing the Citizens’ Constitutional Rights, 38 American Indian Law Review 501


Emily Carlton Cook, How the Meaning of Incorporation Over Time Lends Support for Corporate Free Exercise Rights, 48 Georgia Law Review 1149 (2014)

Casey Jo Cooper, From the Watch Tower to the Acropolis: The Search for a Consistent Religious Freedom Standard in an Inconsistent World, 28 Emory International Law Review 509


Caroline Mala Corbin, Corporate Religious Liberty, 30 Constitutional Commentary 277 (2015)

Christine A. Corcos, Seeing it Coming since 1945: State Bans and Regulations of “Crafty Sciences” Speech and Activity, 37 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 39 (2014)

Mark W. Cordes, Schools, Worship and the First Amendment, 48 Suffolk University Law Review 9 (2015)

Neville Cox, Blasphemy, Holocaust Denial and the Control of Profoundly Unacceptable Speech, 62 American Journal of Comparative Law 739 (2014)

Julie Dabrowski, The Exception that Doesn't Prove the Rule: Why Congress Should Narrow ENDA's Religious Exemption to Protect the Rights of LGBT Employees, 63 American University Law Review 1957 (2014)

Daniel P. Dalton, Recent Developments in RLUIPA and Religious Land Use, 46 Urban Law Review 849 (2014)

Michael J. Davidson, Sanctuary: A Modern Legal Anachronism, 42 Capital University Law Review 583 (2014)

Maggie Davis, Maryland “Embryo Adoption”: Religious Entanglement in the Maryland Stem Cell Research Act of 2006, 17 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change 291 (2014)

Terri R. Day, Leticia M. Diaz and Danielle Weatherby, A Primer on Hobby Lobby: For-Profit Corporate Entities’ Challenge to the HHS Mandate, Free Exercise Rights, RFRA’s Scope and the Nondelegation Doctrine, 42 Pepperdine Law Review 55 (2014)

Janet R. Decker and Kari A. Carr, Church-State Entanglement at Religiously-Affiliated Charter Schools, Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal 77 (2015)

Marc O. DeGirolami, Constitutional Contraction: Religion and the Roberts Court, 26 Stanford Law and Policy Review 385 (2015)

Marc O. DeGirolami & Kevin C. Walsh, Judge Posner, Judge Wilkinson, and Judicial Critique of Constitutional Theory, 90 Notre Dame Law Review 633 (2014)

Marc O. DeGirolami, Free Exercise by Moonlight, 52 San Diego Law Review (2015)

Caroline O. DeHaan, Dias v. Archdiocese of Cincinnati: Deciphering the Ministerial Exception to Title VII post-Hosanna-Tabor, 21 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 473 (2015)

R. J. Delahunty, Does Animal Welfare Trump Religious Liberty? The Danish Ban on Kosher and Halal Butchering, 16 San Diego International Law Journal 341 (2015)

Robert J. Delahunty, The Conscience of a King: Law, Religion, and War in Shakespeare’s King Henry V, 53 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 129 (2014)

Emily DeVuono, Accommodating Religious Liberties of Military Personnel: The Religious Liberty Amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014, 53 University of Louisville Law Review 327 (2015)

Lucien J. Dhooge, Public Accommodation Statutes and Sexual Orientation: Should There Be a Religious Exemption for Secular Businesses? 21 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 319 (2015)

Ari J. Diaconis, The Religion of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Applying the Clergy Privilege to Certain AA Communications, 99 Cornell Law Review 1185 (2014)

Jenna DiJohn, Examining the Outer-Limits of Trademark Law in the Religious Context and a Potential Implicit Bias for Non-Secular Litigants: Eller v. Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 25 DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law 209 (2014)

John M. A. DiPippa, God and Guns: The Free Exercise of Religion Problems of Regulating Guns in Churches and Other Houses of Worship, 98 Marquette Law Review 1103 (2015)

John Duke, Religious Freedom and the Little Corporation that Could: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., 34 Mississippi College Law Review 89 (2015)

Jennifer Ann Drobac and Jill L. Wesley, Religion and Employment Antidiscrimination Law:

Past, Present, and Post Hosanna-Tabor, 69 New York University Annual Survey of American Law 761 (2014)

Cochav Elkayam-Levy, Women's Rights and Religion—the Missing Element in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, 35 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 1175 (2014)

Matthew Encino, Holy Profits: How Federal Law Allows for the Abuse of the Church Tax- Exempt Status, 14 Houston Business and Tax Law Journal 78 (2014)

Arnold N. Enker, In re A: Severing the Conjoined Twins in Jewish Law, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 276 (2014)

Julia L. Ernst, Making the Case for Anti-establishmentarianism: The Church and State in Norway, 38 Fordham International Law Journal 543 (2015)

Carl H. Esbeck, Federal Contractors, Title VII, and LGBT Employment Discrimination: Can Religious Organizations Continue to Staff on a Religious Basis? 4 Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 1 (2015)

Hon. Deborah Sweet Eyler, The Early Female Jewish Members of the Maryland Bar: 1920- 1929, 74 Maryland Law Review 545 (2015)

Fr. Jude O. Ezeanokwasa, The Priest-Penitent Privilege Revisited: A Reply to the Statutes of Abrogation, 9 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 41(2014)

David L. Faigman, Where Law and Science (and Religion?)Meet, 93 Texas Law Review 1659


Delaram Farzaneh, One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: A Brief History of Legal Discriminations Against Women in Iran and the Violations of International Human Rights, 20 Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law 201 (2014)

Vicenc Feliú, Corporate “Soul”: Legal Incorporation of Catholic Ecclesiastical Property in the United States: An Historical Perspective, 40 Ohio Northern University Law Review


Bruce Friedrich, The Church of Animal Liberation: Animal Rights as ‘Religion’ under the Free Exercise Clause, 21 Animal Law 65 (2014)

Ilan Fuchs and Aviad Yeiel Hollander, National Movements and International Law: Rabbi Shlomo Goren’s Understanding of International Law, 29 Journal of Law & Religion 301


Brett A. Geier, Texas Cheerleaders and the First Amendment: Can You Cheer for God at a Football Game? 33 Mississippi College Law Review 65 (2014)

Scott D. Gerber, Law and Religion in Colonial Connecticut, 55 American Journal of Legal History 149 (2015)

Francesca M. Genova, Labor in Faith: A Comparative Analysis of Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC through the European Court of Human Rights’ Religious Employer Jurisprudence, 90 Notre Dame Law Review 419 (2014)

Andrew Gilden, Life, Death, Public Domain, 22 George Mason Law Review 13 (2014)

Lauren Maisel Goldsmith and James R. Dillon, The Hallowed Hope: The School Prayer Cases and Social Change, 59 St. Louis University Law Journal 409 (2015)

Robert D. Goldstein, The Structural Wall of Separation and the Erroneous Claim of Anti- Catholic Discrimination, 13 Cardozo Public Law, Policy & Ethics Journal 173 (2014)

Moamen Gouda and Dawood I Ahmed, Measuring Constitutional Islamization: The Islamic Constitutions Index, 38 Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 1 (2015)

Marc A. Greendorfer, Blurring Lines Between Churches and Secular Corporations: The Compelling Case of the Benefit Corporation’s Right to the Free Exercise of Religion (with a post-Hobby Lobby epilogue), 39 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 819 (2015)

Becky Abrams Greenwald, Maimonides, Miranda, and the Conundrum of Confession: Self- Incrimination in Jewish and American Legal Traditions, 89 New York University Law Review 1743 (2014)

David A. Grenardo, Improving the Law School Classroom and Experience through Prayer: An Empirical Study, 13 Ave Maria Law Review 71(2015)

Leslie C. Griffin, Hobby Lobby: The Crafty Case that Threatens Women’s Rights and Religious Freedom, 42 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 641 (2015)

Isabelle R. Gunning, Lawyers of All Faiths: Constructing Professional Identity and Finding Common Ground, 39 Journal of the Legal Profession 231 (2015)

Paul R. Hale, It Is Hard to Make Everyone Happy: The Rights Gained and Lost by Companies and Employees in the Context of the Affordable Care Act Contraception Mandate, 39 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 323 (2015)

Marci A. Hamilton, The Case for Evidence-based Free Exercise Accommodation: Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Is Bad Public Policy, 9 Harvard Law & Policy Review 129 (2015)

Marci A. Hamilton, The Road To and From Extreme Religious Liberty, the Humanist: A Magazine of Critical Inquiry and Social Concern, 28 Nov/Dec 2015

H. Harasani, Islamic Law as a Comparable Model in Comparative Legal Research: Devising a Method, 3 Global Journal of Comparative Law 186 (2014)

Matthew Harding, Religion and the Law of Charity: A Liberal Perspective, 29 Journal of Law & Religion 236 (2014)

Randi Dawn Hardin, Knight v. Thompson: The Eleventh Circuit’s Perpetuation of Historical Practices of Colonization, 38 American Indian Law Review 579 (2013-2014)

Susan C. Hascall, Islamic Commercial Law and Social Justice: Shar’iah-compliant Companies, Workers’ Rights, and the Living Wage, 88 St. John’s Law Review 291 (2014)

John D. Haskell and Jessica Fish, Law as Eschatology, 53 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 185


Joshua D. Hawley, Return to Political Theology, 90 Notre Dame Law Review 1631 (2015)

Daniel J. Hay, Baptizing O’Brien: Towards Intermediate Protection of Religiously Motivated Expressive Conduct, 68 Vanderbilt Law Review 177 (2015)

John O. Hayward, The Free Exercise Clause: Fealty to God or Caesar? 53 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 211 (2014)

Michael A. Helfand and Barak D. Richman, The Challenge of Co-Religionist Commerce, 64 Duke Law Journal 769 (2015)

Michael A. Helfand, Arbitration’s Counter-Narrative: The Religious Arbitration Paradigm, 124 Yale Law Journal 2994 (2015)

Michael A. Helfand, Religious Institutionalism, Implied Consent, and the Value of Voluntarism, 88 Southern California Law Review 539 (2015)

Michael A. Helfand, Between Law and Religion: Procedural Challenges to Religious Arbitration Awards, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review (2014)

Louis W. Hensler, III. Flexible Interpretations of “the Powers that Be” from Constantine to Mandela and Beyond, 27 Regent University Law Review 43 (2014-2015)

Donald H. J. Hermann, Defending the Public Good and Traditional Society: Non-Scriptural Religious Objections to Same-Sex Marriage, 49 Valparaiso University Law Review 1


Luca L. C. Hickman, Selling Our Soul for Tax Breaks: Electioneering, Lobbying and the Substantial Burden Factor under RFRA, 12 Ave Maria Law Review 393 (2014)

Jessie Hill, Ties that Bind? The Questionable Consent Justification for Hosanna-Tabor, 109 Northwestern University Law Review 563 (2015)

F. Russell Hittinger, Natural Law and Public Discourse: The Legacies of Joseph Ratzinger, 60 Loyola Law Review 241 (2014)

Matt Hoffman, Modern Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan and the Rimsha Masih Case: What Effect— if any—the Case will have on their Future Reform, 13 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 371 (2014)

Caleb Holzaepfel, Can I Say That? How an International Blasphemy Law Pits the Freedom of Religion against the Freedom of Speech, 28 Emory International Law Review 597 (2014)

Bonnie Honig, The Laws of the Sabbath (Poetry): Arendt, Heine, and the Politics of Debt, 5 UC Irvine Law Review 463 (2015)

Paul Horwitz, The Hobby Lobby Moment, 128 Harvard Law Review 154 (2014)

Nan D. Hunter, Pluralism and Its Perils: Navigating the Tension between Gay Rights and Religious Expression, 15 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 435 (2014)

Maria Iliadis, An Easy Pill to Swallow: While the Supreme Court Found that For-Profit Secular Companies Can Exercise Religion within the Meaning of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the Mandate Should Have Prevailed with Respect to those Entities because It Advances the Government’s Compelling Interests in Public Health and Is the Least Restrictive Means of Doing So, 44 University of Baltimore Law Review 341 (2015)

John D. Inazu, Institutions in Context, 50 Tulsa Law Review 491(2015)

John D. Inazu, More is More: Strengthening Free Exercise, Speech, and Association, 99 Minnesota Law Review 485 (2014)

Eric Alan Isaacson, Free Exercise for Whom?—Could the Religious-Liberty Principle that Catholics Established in Perez v. Sharp also Protect Same-Sex Couples’ Right to Marry? 92 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 29 (2015)

Jason Iuliano, Do Corporations Have Religious Beliefs? 90 Indiana Law Journal 47 (2015)

Lyman Johnson and David Milton, Corporate Law after Hobby Lobby, 70 Business Lawyer 1


Jennifer Jorczak, “Not like You and Me”: Hobby Lobby, the Fourteenth Amendment, and What the Further Expansion of Corporate Personhood Means for Individual Rights, 80 Brooklyn Law Review 285 (2014)

Karen A. Jordan, The Contraceptive Mandate: Compelling Interest or Ideology? 41 Journal of Legislation 1 (2014-15)

Yehiel S. Kaplan, Immigration Policy of Israel: The Unique Perspective of a Jewish State, 31 Touro Law Review 1089 (2015)

Hon. Kermit V. Lipez, Is there a Place for Religion in Judicial Decision-Making? 31Touro Law Review 133 (2014)

Isaac Kfir, Feminist Legal Theory as a Way to Explain the Lack of Progress of Women’s Rights in Afghanistan: The Need for a State Strength Approach, 21 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 87 (2014)

Michael Kleinman, The Benefits and Dangers of Proportionality Review in Israel’s High Court of Justice, 29 Emory International Law Review 589 (2015)

Antony Barone Kolenc, Not “for God and Country”: Atheist Military Chaplains and the Free Exercise Clause, 48 University of San Francisco Law Review 395 (2014)

Kathryn E. Kovacs, Hobby Lobby and the Zero-Sum Game, 92 Washington University Law Review 255 (2014)

Kathryn E. Kovacs, Eagles, Indian Tribes, and the Free Exercise of Religion, 47 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 53 (2013)












Application, 32 Law & History Review 853 (2014)


Lindsay N. Kreppel, Will the Catholic Church’s Tax Exempt Status Be Threatened under the Public Policy Limitation of § 501(c)(3) if Same-Sex Marriage Becomes Public Policy? 16 Duquesne Business Law Journal 241 (2014)

Arthur Kutoroff, First Amendment versus Läicité: Religious Exemptions, Religious Freedom, and Public Neutrality, 48 Cornell International Law Journal 247 (2015)

Kendra LaCour, License to Discriminate: How a Washington Florist is Making the Case for Applying Intermediate Scrutiny to Sexual Orientation, 38 Seattle University Law Review

107 (2014)

Corinna Barrett Lain, God, Civic Virtue, and the American Way: Reconstructing Engel, 67 Stanford Law Review 479 (2015)

F. Laronze, Affaire Baby Loup: L’épuisement du Droit dans sa Recherche d’une Vision Apolitisée de la Religion, Droit Social 100 (2014)

Tracy Law, King v. Governor of New Jersey: Does the First Amendment Allow Counselors to Provide Harmful Therapy to Minors? 24 Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality 215 (2015)

Peter T. Leeson, Vermin Trials, 56 Journal of Law & Economics 811 (2013)

K. Lemmens, Larvatus Prodeo? Why Concealing the Face Can Be Incompatible with a European Conception of Human Rights, 39 European Law Review 47 (2014)

Hillel Y. Levin, Rethinking Religious Minorities’ Political Power, 48 UC Davis Law Review 1617 (2015)

Adi Libson, Transforming Social Welfare Policy: The Sages’ Reconstruction of the Institution of the Second Tithe as a Model for Social Welfare Policy, 29 Journal of Law & Religion

259 (2014)

Marvin Lim, Just War and the Roman Catholic Life Ethic, 26 Florida Journal of International Law 151 (2014)

Brittany Limes, Peering into the Corporate Soul: Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. v. Sebelius and How For-Profit Corporations Exercise Religion, 91 Denver University Law Review 661


Kathleen Lockwood, Political Power, a Religious Agenda, and the Failings of the Endorsement Test: Hasidic Educational Separatism and the East Ramapo School Board, 12 First Amendment Law Review 697 (2014)

Kara Loewentheil, The Satanic Temple, Scott Walker and Contraception: A Partial Account of Hobby Lobby's Implications for State Law, 9 Harvard Law & Policy Review 89 (2015)

Christopher C. Lund, Free Exercise Reconceived: The Logic and Limits of Hosanna-Tabor, 108 Northwestern University Law Review 1183 (2014)

Ira C. Lupu, Hobby Lobby and the Dubious Enterprise of Religious Exemptions, 38 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 35 (2015)

Ira C. Lupu, Moving Targets: Obergefell, Hobby Lobby, and the Future of LGBT Rights, 7 Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review (forthcoming 2015)

J. Maher, Eweida and Others: A New Era for Article 9? 63 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 213 (2014)

Najmeh Mahmoudjafari, Religion and Family Law: The Possibility of Pluralistic Cooperation, 82 UMKC Law Review 1077 (2014)

Aida Maita, Arbitration of Islamic Financial Disputes, 20 Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law 35 (2014)

J. Marshall, The Legal Recognition of Personality: Full-Face Veils and Permissible Choices, 10 International Journal of Law 64 (2014)

Mishelle Martinez, Amendment 2 and its Effect on Missourians’ Free Exercise of Religion, 79 Missouri Law Review 237 (2014)

Megan E. McCormick, The Freedom to Be “Converted?” An Analysis of the First Amendment Implications of Laws Banning Sexual Orientation Change Efforts, 48 Suffolk University Law Review 171 (2015)

Sean R. McDivitt, Striking the Harmonious Chord for Corporate Social Responsibility and Individuals: Affirming Closely Held Corporations’ Religious Objections to the HHS Mandate, 39 Oklahoma City University Law Review 465 (2014)

Brian McGinnis, Not Strictly Speaking: Why State Prohibitions against Practicing Sexual Orientation Change Efforts on Minors Are Constitutional under First Amendment Speech Principles, 67 Rutgers University Law Review 243 (2015)













Judgments”: A Survey of Free Exercise State Constitutional Interpretation in the Wake of Oregon v. Smith, 77 Albany Law Review 1643 (2013/2014)

Michelle A. McKinley, Standing on Shaky Ground: Criminal Jurisdiction and Ecclesiastical Immunity in Seventeenth-Century Lima, 1600-1700, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 141 (2014)

Mary E. McMahon, May I Be Excused? Smith’s Individualized Governmental Assessment Exception and the HHS Mandate, 53 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 93 (2014)

Marlena McMurchie, “The Dustbin of Quackery”? Senate Bill 1172 and the Legal Implications of Banning Reparative Therapy for Homosexual Minors, 87 Southern California Law Review 1519 (2014)

David M. Mednicoff, A Tale of Three Constitutions: Common Drives and Diverse Outcomes in post-2010 Arab Legal Politics, 28 Temple International and Comparative Law Journal

215 (2014)

Matthew A. Melone, Corporations and Religious Freedom: Hobby Lobby Stores—a Missed Opportunity to Reconcile a Flawed Law with a Flawed Health Care System, 48 Indiana Law Review 461 (2015)

Michael I. Meyerson, The Original Meaning of “God”: Using the Language of the Framing Generation to Create a Coherent Establishment Clause Jurisprudence, 98 Marquette Law Review 1035 (2015)

David R. Mintz, The Thirteenth Amendment and the Hate Crimes Prevention Act: Is there Room for Religion? 93 Oregon Law Review 499 (2014)

Umar F. Moghul and Samir H.K. Safar-Aly, Green Sukūk: The Introduction of Islam’s Environmental Ethics to Contemporary Islamic Finance, 27 Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 1(2014)

Alva Monsalvo, Dismantling the Secular State in Mexico: Underlying Implications of the Reform to Article 24, 36 Whittier Law Review 147 (2014)

Noha Moustafa, The Right to Free Exercise of Religion in Prisons: How Courts Should Determine Sincerity of Religious Belief under RLUIPA, 20 Michigan Journal of Race & Law 213 (2014)























International Law Journal 297 (2015)

Brian C. Nadler, Jurisprudential Juxtapositions: Resolving Establishment Clause Issues after Town of Greece, N.Y. v. Galloway, 50 Gonzaga Law Review 75 (2014/2015)

Jaclyn L. Neo, What’s in a Name? Malaysia’s “Allah” Controversy and the Judicial Intertwining of Islam with Ethnic Identity, 12 International Journal of Constitutional Law

751 (2014)

Joshua Neoh, The Name of God on Trial: Narratives of Law, Religion and State in Malaysia, 18 Law Text Culture 198 (2014)

Nathan B. Oman, International Legal Experience and the Mormon Theology of the State, 1945- 2012, 100 Iowa Law Review 715 (2015)

Christopher Ogolla, Public Health Implication of Religious Exemptions: A Balance Between Public Safety and Personal Choice, or Religion Gone Too Far? 25 Health Matrix 257


James M. Oleske, Jr., The Evolution of Accommodation: Comparing the Unequal Treatment of Religious Objections to Interracial and Same-Sex Marriages, 50 Harvard Civil Rights- Civil Liberties Law Review 99 (2015)

Roza Pati, Marshalling the Forces of Good: Religion and the Fight against Human Trafficking, 9 Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 1 (2014)

Romtin Parvaresh, Prayer for Relief: Anti-Muslim Discrimination as Racial Discrimination, 87 Southern California Law Review 1287 (2014)

Jennifer A. Pekman, The Kentucky Religious Freedom Act: Neither a Savior for the Free Exercise of Religion nor a Monstrous Threat to Civil Rights, 103 Kentucky Law Journal 127 (2014-2015)

Michael J. Perry, David C. Baum Memorial Lecture, Why Excluding Same-Sex Couples from Civil Marriage Violates the Constitutional Law of the United States, 2014 University of Illinois Law Review 1887 (2014)

Michael J. Perry, Freedom of Conscience as Religious and Moral Freedom, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 124 (2014)

Aaron R. Petty, The Concept of “Religion” in the Supreme Court of Israel, 26 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 211 (2014)

Jess R. Phelps, “Scarcely a Vestige of Antiquity Remains:” Evaluating the Role of Preservation Easements in Protecting Historic Religious Architecture, 44 Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis 10808 (2014)









Meetings Held Bonstitutional, Town of Greece v. Galloway, 134 S. Ct. 1811 (2014), 45 Cumberland Law Review 651 (2014-2015)

Sr. Helen PreJean, Letter to a Law Student, “Dear Young Person,” 8 DePaul Journal for Social Justice 151 (2015)

Intisar A. Rabb, “Reasonable Doubt” in Islamic Law, 40 Yale Journal of International Law 41


Frank S. Ravitch, A Basic Introduction to Constitutional Free Exercise of Religion in the United States and Japan, 64 Doshisha Law Review 85 (2014)

Nicholas Reaves, Uniquely Qualified: The Constitutionality of Police and Clergy Alliances, 22 Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law 361 (2015)

Dorit Rubinstein Reiss, Thou Shalt Not Take the Name of the Lord Thy God in Vain: Use and Abuse of Religious Exemptions from School Immunization Requirements, 65 Hastings Law Journal 1551 (2014)

C. Nicholas Roberts, The Rising None: Marsh, Galloway, and the End of Legislative Prayer, 90 Indiana Law Journal 407 (2015)

Zoë Robinson, Lobbying in the Shadows: Religious Interest Groups in the Legislative Process, 64 Emory Law Journal 1041 (2015)

Zoe Robinson, The Contraception Mandate and the Forgotten Constitutional Question, 2014 Wisconsin Law Review 749 (2014)

David Rosenberg, Goodwill and the Excesses of Corporate Political Spending, 11 Hastings Business Law Journal 29 (2015)

Jeremy A. Rovinsky, The Cutting Edge: The Debate over Regulation of Ritual Slaughter in the Western World, 45 California Western International Law Journal 79 (2014)

Ryan S. Rummage, In Combination: Using Hybrid Rights to Expand Religious Liberty, 64 Emory Law Journal 1175 (2015)

Phil Ryan, The Multicultural State and the Religiously Neutral State: Reply to Paul Cliteur; Rejoinder by Paul Cliteur, 12 International Journal of Constitutional Law 457 (2014)

Hossein Mir Mohammad Sadeghi, Filling the Gap in Favor of the Accused: The Approach of Islamic Criminal Law in Light of the Rule No Punishment in Case of Doubt, 29 Tulane European and Civil Law Forum 147 (2014)

Lena Salaymeh, Every Law Tells a Story: Orthodox Divorce in Jewish and Islamic Legal Histories, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 19 (2014)

Erin M. Sales, The “Biometric Revolution”: An Erosion of the Fifth Amendment Privilege to Be Free from Self-Incrimination, 69 University of Miami Law Review 193 (2014)

Kyle R. Satterfield, Protecting Eagle Feathers and Promoting Dicta: The Fifth Circuit’s Application of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., in McAllen Grace Brethren Church v. Salazar, 89 Tulane Law Review 971 (2015)

Audra L. Savage, Turning the Other Cheek: The Persecution of the Christian Minority, 26 Florida Journal of International Law 373 (2014)

Daniel D. Schick, Keeping with the Principle of Neutrality: Why Courts Should Not Extend Elmbrook’s Mistaken Establishment Clause Analysis, 84 Mississippi Law Journal


Meredith Schlacter, A Prayer for Relief: Assessing the Constitutionality of Missouri's Right to Pray Amendment, 45 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 293 (2014)

David B. Schwartz, The NLRA’s Religious Exemption in a Post-Hobby Lobby World: Current Status, Future Difficulties, and a Proposed Solution, 30 ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law 227 (2015)

Carlie S. Seigal, A Patriotic Playground: Reexamining the Constitutionality of the Daily Recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in Public Schools, 20 Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy 32 (2014-15)

Elizabeth Sepper, Free Exercise Lochnerism, 115 Columbia Law Review 1457 (2015)

Elizabeth Sepper, Gendering Corporate Conscience, 38 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 193


Kelly Shackelford, Mary Beth and John Tinker and Tinker v. Des Moines: Opening the Schoolhouse Gates to First Amendment Freedom, 39 Journal of Supreme Court History 372 (2014)

Brandon M. Shields, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.: Final Nail in the Coffin of the ACA? 17 Duquesne Business Law Journal 125 (2015)

Neil S. Siegel and Reva B. Siegel, Compelling Interests and Contraception, 47 Connecticut Law Review 1025 (2015)

Elizabeth M. Silvestri, Free Speech, Free Press, Free Religion? The Clash Between the Affordable Care Act and the For-Profit Secular Corporation, 48 Suffolk University Law Review 257 (2015)

Erin Sisson, The Future of Sharia Law in American Arbitration, 48 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 891 (2015)

Michael Skjelderup, udūd Punishments in the Forefront: Application of Islamic Criminal Law by Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 317 (2014)

Joshua A. Slone, Whose Morality is it Anyway? Recognizing the Tension between Morality Laws and the Establishment Clause, 13 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 49 (2015)

George P. Smith, II and Philip M. Donoho, RLUIPA: Re-aligning Burdens of Proof, Clarifying Freedoms, and Re-defining Responsibilities, 18 New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy 67 (2015)

Rodney A. Smolla, Regulating the Speech of Judges and Lawyers: The First Amendment and the Soul of the Profession, 66 Florida Law Review 961 (2014)

James A. Sonne, Domestic Applications of Sharia and the Exercise of Ordered Liberty, 45 Seton Hall Law Review 717 (2015)

Susan J. Stabile, What is Religious “Persecution” in a Pluralist Society? 59 Villanova Law Review 753 (2014)

Nomi Maya Stolzenberg, Political Theology with a Difference, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 407


Gila Stopler, The Right to an Exclusively Religious Education—the Ultra-Orthodox Community in Israel in Comparative Perspective, 42 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 743 (2014)

Maura I. Strassberg, Scrutinizing Polygamy: Utah’s Brown v. Buhman and British Columbia’s Reference re: Section 293, 64 Emory Law Journal 1815 (2015)

Mark Strasser, Old Wine, Old Bottles, and Not Very New Corks: On State RFRAs and Free Exercise Jurisprudence, 34 Saint Louis University Public Law Review 335 (2015)

Mark Strasser, The Protection of Conscience: On ACA, RFRA and Free Exercise Guarantees, 82 Tennessee Law Review 345 (2015)

S. I. Strong, Religious Rights in Historical, Theoretical, and International Context: Hobby Lobby as a Jurisprudential Anomaly? 48 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 813 (2015)

Annu Su, Separation Anxiety: The End of American Religious Freedom? 30 Constitutional Commentary 127 (2015)











Constitutionalism, 28 Emory International Law Review 345 (2014)

Jonathan S. Sussman, Prayer for Relief: Considering the Limits of Religious Practices in the Military, 20 Roger Williams University Law Review 75 (2015)

Andrew Swindle, Virgin Mary or Mary Magdalene: An Examination of the Contraception Mandate Cases and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act’s Substantial Burden Standard, 66 Alabama Law Review 925 (2015)

Peter Nash Swisher, “I now Pronounce You Husband and Wives”: The Case for Polygamous Marriage after United States v. Windsor and Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, 29 Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law 299 (2015)

Sean Tamba, Matthew, Kids and the Keystone Constitutional Conundrum: Can Pennsylvania Institute a School Voucher Program to Rescue Children from Underperforming Schools? 20 Widener Law Review 139 (2014)

Shaheer Tarin, An Analysis of the Influence of Islamic Law on Saudi Arabia’s Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practices, 26 American Review of International Arbitration 131


Jennifer S. Taub, Is Hobby Lobby a Tool for Limiting Corporate Constitutional Rights? 30 Constitutional Commentary 403 (2015)

Christopher Tomlins, Demonic Ambiguities: Enchantment and Disenchantment in Nat Turner’s Virginia, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 175 (2014)

Joseph Tompkins, An "Ungracious Silence": The Influence of Catholic Thought upon the First Amendment and its Impact upon the Interpretation of the Free Exercise Clause, 12 Ave Maria Law Review 359 (2014)

Tihamer Tóth, Is There a Vatican School for Competition Policy? 46 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 583 (2015)

Joshua N. Turner, A Perturbed Prayer Policy: When Past Practice, not Purpose, Possesses a Preeminent Position, 9 Liberty University Law Review 405 (2015)

Mark Tushnet, Liberals, Litigants, and the Disappearance of Consensus about the Religion Clauses, 93 Texas Law Review 207 (2014)

David VanDrunen, Natural Rights in Noahic Perspective, 6 Faulkner Law Review 103 (2014)

Allan W. Vestal, The Lingering Bigotry of State Constitution Religious Tests, 15 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 55 (2015)

Rachel Wagley, The Quiet Audience: U.S. Responsibility to Call for an International Investigation into Crimes against Muslims in Burma, 28 Emory International Law Review 43 (2014)

Markus Wagner, The Dehumanization of International Humanitarian Law: Legal, Ethical, and Political Implications of Autonomous Weapon Systems, 47 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1371 (2014)

Yvette Ann Walker, More than Human: Modern Expansion of Corporate Personhood Rights in Hobby Lobby, 24 Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice 297 (2015)

Gerald Walpin, Five Justices have Transformed the First Amendment’s Freedom of Religion to Freedom from Religion, 31 Touro Law Review 187 (2015)

Jessica L. Waters and Leandra N. Carrasco, Untangling the Reproductive Rights and Religious Liberty Knot, 26 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 217 (2014)

Michael Welker, The Power of Mercy in Biblical Law, 29 Journal of Law & Religion 225 (2014)

Sonja R. West, First Amendment Neighbors, 66 Alabama Law Review 357 (2014)

James Boyd White, Augustine’s Confessions as Read by a Modern Law Teacher, 29 Journal of Law & Religion 330-335 (2014)

Kelly O. White, The Sister Wives: Has Incest and Sexual Assault Become the New Reality? The United States District Court for the District of Utah Grants Polygamists the Holy Grail, 48 Creighton Law Review 681 (2015)

Robin Fretwell Wilson, Marriage of Necessity: Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty Protections, 64 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1161 (2014)

Robin Fretwell Wilson, When Governments Insulate Dissenters from Social Change: What Hobby Lobby and Abortion Conscience Clauses Teach about Specific Exemptions, 48 UC Davis Law Review 703 (2014)

Robin Fretwell Wilson and Anthony Michael Kreis, Embracing Compromise: Marriage Equality and Religious Liberty in the Political Process, 15 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 485 (2014)









Clause from the Fourteenth Amendment, 5 Faulkner Law Review 259 (2014)

John Witte, Jr. and Christopher J. Manzer, A Prequel to Law and Revolution: A Long Lost Manuscript of Harold J. Berman Comes to Light, 29 Journal of Law & Religion 142


John Witte, Jr., The Family of Nature, The Nature of Family: The Surprising Liberal Defense of the Traditional Family in the Enlightenment, 63 Emory Law Journal 591 (2015)

John Witte, Jr., The Emerging Field of Law and Religion in Western Tradition, 18 East China University of Political Science and Law 137 (2015)

John Witte, Jr., Review of Jeroen Temperman, ed., The Lautsi Papers: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Religious Symbols in the Public School Classroom, 17 Ecclesiastical Law Journal 240 (2015)

John Witte, Jr., Why Two in One Flesh: The Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy, 62 Emory Law Journal 1675 (2015)

John Witte, Jr., A New Magna Carta for the Early Modern Common Law: An 800 th Anniversary Essay, 30 Journal of Law and Religion (2015)

John Witte, Jr. and Justin J. Latterell, Christianity and Human Rights: Past Contributions and Future Challenges, 30 Journal of Law and Religion (2015)

R. George Wright, Religion without God and the Future of Free Exercise, 63 Cleveland State Law Review 147 (2014)

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Ch-Rab Jonathan Sacks, Happiness: A Jewish Perspective, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 30 (2014)

Michael J. Broyde, Happiness – and Unhappiness – as Legally Significant Categories in Jewish Law, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 48 (2014)

Most Rev. Katherine Jefferts Schori, The Pursuit of Happiness in the Christian Tradition:

Goal and Journey, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 57(2014)

Luke Timothy Johnson, Happiness and the Restless Heart: An Augustinian Confession, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 67 (2014)

Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Happiness and the Attainment of Happiness: An Islamic Perspective, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 76 (2014)

Vincent J. Cornell, Applying the Lessons: Ideals Versus Realities of Happiness from Medieval Islam to the “Founding Fathers,” 29 Journal of Law and Religion 92 (2014)

Khaled Abou El Fadl, When Happiness Fails: An Islamic Perspective, 29 Journal of Law and Religion 109 (2014)



The Scholarship and Teaching of Jack Sammons, 66 Mercer Law Review 265

Timothy W. Floyd, Thirty Years of Jack Sammons: An Appreciation, 66 Mercer Law Review 265 (2015)

Gary J. Simson, Religious Arguments by Citizens to Influence Public Policy: The Lessons of the Establishment Clause, 66 Mercer Law Review 273 (2015)

Timothy W. Floyd, The Relationship Between Christian Theology and Legal Ethics in the Thought of Jack Sammons, 66 Mercer Law Review 313 (2015)

James Boyd White, Hearing Voices: Reading as Listening in Literature, Law, and Theology, 66 Mercer Law Review 325 (2015)

Joseph Vining, Jack Sammons as Therapist, 66 Mercer Law Review 335 (2015)

Symposium: Regulating Life, Disease, and Death, 29 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 353 (2015)

Jae Yeon Kim, Regulating Life, Disease, and Death: The Legal, Ethical, and Moral Implications of Science, Medicine, and Technology, 29 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 353 (2015)

James G. Hodge, Jr., Legal Myths of Ebola Preparedness and Response, 29 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 355 (2015)

Michael C. Barnes and Stacey Worthy, Applying Lessons from the Opioid Abuse Epidemic to Protect Consumers from Gray Market Biologics, 29 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 375 (2015)

J. Benjamin Hurlbut, Religion and Public Reason in the Politics of Biotechnology, 29 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 423 (2015)

Symposium: Dodd-Frank, the Financial Crisis, and a Christian View of Financial Markets, 9 Liberty University Law Review 445 (2015)

Preface, Liberty University Law Review (2015)

Paul J. Foley and Joshua C. Dawson, Square Pegs Don’t Fit in Round Holes: The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act’s Elimination of the Private Fund Exemption on Private Equity Fund Advisers, 9 Liberty University Law Review 445 (2015)

Rodney Chrisman, Abstract of Forthcoming Article, 9 Liberty University Law Review 467 (2015)

Tory L. Lucas, Judge Not Under an Unjust Standard: Why an Investment Adviser’s Fiduciary Duty as to Fees under Section 36(b) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 is Illusory and Unjust until an Adjudicated Case Illustrates a Breach of the Fiduciary Duty, 9 Liberty University Law Review 469 (2015)

Kaitlyn E. Evans, A Call for Change in Interchange Fee Regulation: Examining the Durbin Amendment Disaster through the Lens of NACS v. Federal Reserve Board, 9 Liberty University Law Review 559 (2015)

The Politics of Religious Freedom, 29 Maryland Journal of International Law 293 (2014)

Peter Danchin, Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Saba Mahmood and Elizabeth Shakman Hurd,

Politics of Religious Freedom: Case Studies, 29 Maryland Journal of International Law

293 (2014)

Ratna Kapur, The “Ayodhya” Case: Hindu Majoritarianism and the Right to Religious Liberty, 29 Maryland Journal of International Law 305 (2014)


Discussion of Religious Freedom in America, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 903 (2014)

Steven D. Smith, The Last Chapter? 41 Pepperdine Law Review 903 (2014)

Andrew Koppelman, Theorists, Get over Yourselves: A Response to Steven D. Smith, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 937 (2014)

Paul Horwitz, More “Vitiating Paradoxes”: A Response to Steven D. Smith—and Smith,


Pepperdine Law Review 943 (2014)


Nelson Tebbe, The End of Religious Freedom: What Is at Stake? Review 963 (2014)

41 Pepperdine Law

Steven D. Smith, Response: Situating Ourselves in History, 41 Pepperdine Law Review




Religion Outdated (As A Constitutional Category)? 51 San Diego Law Review 971 (2014)

Steven D. Smith and Larry Alexander, Introduction to the Symposium, 51 San Diego Law Review 971 (2014)

Christopher J. Eberle, Religion and Insularity: Brian Leiter on Accommodating Religion,

51 San Diego Law Review 977 (2014)

Stanley Fish, Where’s the Beef? 51 San Diego Law Review 1037 (2014)

William A. Galson, Religion, Conscience, and the Case for Accommodation, 51 San Diego Law Review 1045(2014)

Larry Alexander, Galston on Religion, Conscience, and the Case for Accommodation, 51 San Diego Law Review 1065 (2014)

Frederick Mark Gedricks, Religion, Meaning, Truth, Life, 51 San Diego Law Review

1069 (2014)

Andrew Koppelman, “Religion as a Bundle of Legal Proxies:” Reply to Micah Schwartzman, 51 San Diego Law Review 1079 (2014)

Micah Schwartzman, Religion as a Legal Proxy, 51 San Diego Law Review 1085 (2014)

Maimon Schwarzschild, How Much Autonomy Do You Want? 51 San Diego Law Review

1105 (2014)

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Why Distinguish Religion, Legally Speaking? 51 San Diego Law Review 1121 (2014)

Shari’a and Halakha in North America, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 3 (2015)

Mark D. Rosen, Introduction, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 3 (2015)

Wajahat Ali, Lee Ann Bambach, and Samuel Freedman, Opposition to Islamic and Jewish Religious Practices in Contemporary America: Overlap and Divergences, the Anti-Shari’a Movement in America, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 13 (2015)

Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert, Installations of Jewish Law in Public Urban Space: An American Eruv Controversy, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 63 (2015)

Mustafa R. K. Baig, Operating Islamic Jurisprudence in Non-Muslim Jurisdictions:

Traditional Islamic Precepts and Contemporary Controversies in the United States, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 79 (2015)

Michael J. Broyde, Faith-Based Private Arbitration as a Model for Preserving Rights and Values in a Pluralistic Society, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 111(2015)

Michael A. Helfand, Between Law and Religion: Procedural Challenges to Religious Arbitrations Awards, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 141(2015)

Mohammed H. Fadel, Religious Law, Family Law and Arbitration: Shari’a and Halakha in America, 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 163 (2015)

Symposium: Islamic and Jewish Law in the 21st Century, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 991


Michael A. Helfand, Introduction: Religious Law in the 21st Century, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 991(2014)

Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, Religious Tribunals and Secular Courts: Navigating Power and Powerlessness, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 997 (2014).

Christopher C. Lund, Rethinking the Religious Question Doctrine, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 1013 (2014)

Ann Laquer Estin, Foreign and Religious Family Law: Comity, Contract, and the Constitution, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 1029 (2014)

Seval Yildirim, Conceptions of Religion in the Secular State: Evolving Turkish Secularism, 41 Pepperdine Law Review 1049 (2014)

Faisal Kutty, “Islamic Law” in U.S. Courts: Judicial Jihad or Constitutional Imperative? 41 Pepperdine Law Review 1059 (2014)

Inaugural Themed Issue: Faith-Based Legal Systems, 24 Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 859-920 (2014)

Mohammed A. Arafa, Whither Egypt? Against Legal Fascism and Legal Authoritarianism: Pure Revolution, Popular Coup or a Military Coup d’Etat? 24 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 859 (2014)

David L. Johnston, A Muslim and Christian Orientation to Human Rights: Human Dignity and Solidarity, 24 Indiana International and Comparative Law Review 899


The Eighth Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics, and Culture. Exploring and Celebrating the Legacy of the Honorable John T. Noonan, Jr. 59 Villanova Law Review 649-727 (2014).

Patrick McKinley Brennan, Judge John T. Noonan, Jr.: An Introduction, 59 Villanova Law Review 649 (2014)

William Card Levada, Judge John T. Noonan, Jr.: An Introduction, 59 Villanova Law Review 655 (2014)

Seven Teachers in the Tradition, 59 Villanova Law Review

Hon. John T. Noonan, Jr. 659 (2014)

Richard W. Painter, People Who Are Not Legal and Who Are Not Alive in the Eyes of the Law, 59 Villanova Law Review 667 (2014)

Kenneth Pennington, The Biography of Gratian, the Father of Canon Law, 59 Villanova Law Review 679 (2014)

Rev. Michael Sweeney, “To Erasmians, Everywhere”: Reflections on the Life and Work of Judge John T. Noonan, Jr., 59 Villanova Law Review 707 (2014)

Joseph Vining, Reading John Noonan, 59 Villanova Law Review 715 (2014)

Symposium: Ronald Dworkin’s Religion without God, 94 Boston University Law Review 1201- 1355 (2014).

James E. Fleming, Introduction to the Symposium on Ronald Dworkin’s Religion without God, 94 Boston University Law Review 1201 (2014)

Jeremy Waldron, Religion without God by Ronald Dworkin — A Review, 94 Boston University Law Review 1207 (2014)

Stephen L. Carter, The Challenge of Belief, 94 Boston University Law Review 1213


Paul Horwitz, “A Troublesome Right”: The “Law” in Dworkin’s Treatment of Law and Religion, 94 Boston University Law Review 1225 (2014)

Andrew Koppelman, Ronald Dworkin, Religion, and Neutrality, 94 Boston University Law Review 1241 (2014)

Cecile Laborde, Dworkin’s Freedom of Religion without God, 94 Boston University Law Review 1255-1271 (2014)

Linda C. McClain, Can Religion Without God Lead to Religious Liberty without Conflict? 94 Boston University Law Review 1273 (2014)

Micah Schwartzman, Religion, Equality, and Public Reason, 94 Boston University Law Review 1321 (2014)

Steven D. Smith, Is God Irrelevant? 94 Boston University Law Review 1339 (2014)

Symposium: Religious Accommodation in the Age of Civil Rights, 88 Southern California Law Review 453 (2015)

Martha Minow, Religious Exemptions, Stating Culture: Foreword to Religious Accommodation in the Age of Civil Rights, 88 Southern California Law Review 453


Mary Anne Case, Why “Live-and-Let-Live” Is Not a Viable Solution to the Difficult Problems of Religious Accommodation in the Age of Sexual Civil Rights, 88 Southern California Law Review 463 (2015)

Richard W. Garnett, Religious Accommodations and—and among—Civil Rights:

Separation, Toleration, and Accommodation, 88 Southern California Law Review 493


Malick W. Ghachem, Accommodating Empire: Comparing French and American Paths to the Legalization of Gay Marriage, 88 Southern California Law Review 511 (2015)

Michael A. Helfand, Religious Institutionalism, Implied Consent, and the Value of Voluntarism, 88 Southern California Law Review 539 (2015)

John D. Inazu, A Confident Pluralism, 88 Southern California Law Review 587 (2015)

Andrew Koppelman, Gay Rights, Religious Accommodations, and the Purposes of Antidiscrimination Law, Southern California Law Review 619 (2015)

Melissa Murray, Accommodating Nonmarriage, 88 Southern California Law Review 661


Stephen D. Smith, Die and Let Live? The Asymmetry of Accommodation, 88 Southern California Law Review 703 (2015)

Nomi Maya Stolzenberg, It’s About Money: The Fundamental Contradiction of Hobby Lobby, 88 Southern California Law Review 727 (2015)


Jack M. Balkin, Balkinization

Richard Bartholomew, Bartholomew’s Notes on Religion

Ed Brayton, Dispatches from the Cultural Wars

Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, Blog from the Capitol

CambridgeBlog, Virtual Roundtable: Same-Sex Marriage, (March 15, 2013)

Christianity Today, Weblog

Commonweal: a Review of Religion, Politics and Culture from Commonweal Magazine, dotCommonweal

The Evangelical Outpost: Reflections on Culture, Politics, and Religion from an Evangelical Worldview

Robert M. Felton, Civil Commotion: The Intersection of Religion, Law, and Politics

Howard M. Friedman, Religion Clause

Marci A. Hamilton & Leslie Griffin, http://hamilton-griffin.com/

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Jews in Green: The Ultimate Resource for Jewish Service Members

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Mirror of Justice: A Blog Dedicated to the Development of Catholic Legal Theory

Ashbrook Center, No Left Turns

Dr. Bruce Prescott, Mainstream Baptist

Richard J. Radcliffe, Law Religion Culture Review: Exploring the Intersections of Law, Religion and Culture

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Religions, and Related Issues, http://www.religionnewsblog.com


Religious Right Watch: to Secure the Blessings of Liberty,

Daily Kos: Street Prophets


Social Science Research Council, The Immanent Frame: Secularism, Religion, and the Public Sphere


Talk to Action: Reclaiming Citizenship History and Faith

Times and Seasons: A Mormon Group Blog

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