By Admin ~ February 21st, 2011 @ 12:48 pm
- Anver M. Emon, The Quadrants of Shari’a: The Here and Hereafter as Constitutive of Islamic Law, (Roads to Paradise, Todd Lawson, Sebastian Geunther, eds., Brill Publications, 2011).
- Anver M. Emon, On Islam and Islamic Natural Law: A Response to the International Theological Commission’s ‘Look at Natural Law’, (Searching for a Universial Ethic, John Berkman, William C. Mattison, eds., Eerdmans Publishing, 2011).
- C.G. Bateman, Nicaea and Sovereignty: Constantine’s Council of Nicaea as an Important Crossroad in the Development of European State Sovereignty, (February 1, 2011).
- Juliet P. Stumpf, Designing Populations: Lessons in Power and Population Production from Nineteenth-Century Immigration Law, (Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc, Forthcoming).
- Mateusz Radomyski, Medical Oaths: When Religion and Ethics Collide, (Amsterdam Law Forum, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2011).
- Michael D. McGinnis, Religion Policy and the Faith-Based Initiative: Navigating the Shifting Boundaries between Church and State, (Forum on Public Policy, No. 4, December 2010).
- Jeffrey Shulman, Introduction to ‘Who Owns the Soul of the Child?: Religious Parenting Rights and the Enfranchisement of the Child’, (Georgetown Public Law Research Paper No. 11-20, Feb. 18, 2011).
- Sharmila Murthy, Iraq’s Constitutional Mandate to Justly Distribute Water: The Implications of Federalism, Islam, International Law and Human Rights, (George Washington International Law Review, Vol. 42, 2011).
- Daniel Avila, Marriage and Civil Rights: The Anatomy of a Social Institution from a Constitutional Perspective, (February 14, 2011).
- Anthony E. Varona, Taking Initiatives: Reconciling Race, Religion, Media and Democracy in the Quest for Marriage Equality, (Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 805-897, 2010).
From SmartCILP and elsewhere:
- Robert John Araujo, S.J., John Courtney Murray, S.J.: A Citizen of Two Cities, 42 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal i-xvii (2010).
- Henry L. Chambers, Jr. and Isaac A. McBeth, Much Ado About Nothing Much: Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia v. Truro Church, 45 University of Richmond Law Review 141-167 (2010).
- Louis J. Sirico, Jr., Failed Constitutional Metaphors: The Wall of Separation and the Penumbra, 45 University of Richmond Law Review 459- 489 (2011).
- L. Ali Khan, The Qur’an and the Constitution, 85 Tulane Law Review 161-190 (2010).