Recent Articles of Interest

From SSRN:

Lincoln L. Davies, Energy, Consumption, and the Amorality of Energy Law, (109 AJIL Unbound 147 (2015)).Michal Tamir, The Freedom to Exclude: The Case of the Israeli Society, (Israel Law Review 49(1), 2016, Forthcoming).Leonid Sykiainen, Sharia Courts: Modern Practice and Prospectives in Russia, (Higher School of Economics Research Paper No. WP BRP 60/LAW/2015).James A. Sonne, Religious Liberty, Clinical Education, and the Art of Building Bridges,22 Clinical Law Review 251-300 (2015).Jennifer Fredette, Becoming a Threat: The Burqa and the Contestation Over Public Morality Law in France, [Abstract], 40 Law & Social Inquiry 585-610 (2015).Mark A. Lemley, Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture. Faith-Based Intellectual Property. 62 UCLA Law Review Rev. 1328-1346 (2015).McNulty, Patrick J. and Adam D. Zenor, Corporate Free Exercise of Religion and the Interpretation of Congressional Intent: Where Will It End?, 39 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 475-513 (2015).Twentieth Annual International Law and Religion Symposium: Varieties of Secularism, Religion, and the Law. Speeches by Francoise Tulkens, Malcolm D. Evans and Mark Hill; articles by Louis-Leon Christians, David Little and Andrea Pin. 2014 BYU Law Review 509-633.Kevin C. Walsh,Addressing Three Problems in Commentary on Catholics at the Supreme Court by Reference to Three Decades of Catholic Bishops’ Amicus Briefs, 26 Stanford Law & Policy Review 411-35 (2015).Aliza Plener Cover,Archetypes of Faith: How Americans See, and Believe in, Their Constitution,26 Stanford Law & Policy Review 555-96 (2015).

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