- Vito Breda, Sharia Law in Catholic Italy: A Non-Agnostic Model of Accommodation, (February 18, 2013).
- Megan Pearson, Proportionality: A Way Forward for Resolving Religious Claims?, (Nick Spencer (ed.) Religion and Law (London: Theos Think Tank, 2012).)
- Andrew M. Koppelman, And I Don't Care What It Is: Religious Neutrality in American Law, (Pepperdine Law Review, Vol. 39, 2013).
- Paul Horwitz, Defending (Religious) Institutionalism, (Virginia Law Review, Forthcoming).
- John Witte and Joel A. Nichols, Who Governs the Family? Marriage as a New Test Case of Overlapping Jurisdictions, (Faulkner Law Review (Forthcoming 2013)).
- Elizabeth L. Hillman, Outing the Costs of Civil Deference to the Military, (60 Journal of Homosexuality 312, 2013).
- Symposium: The Competing Claims of Law and Religion. Introduction by Robert F. Cochran, Jr. and Michael A. Helfand; articles by James Davison Hunter, Andrew Koppelman, Michael Stokes Paulsen, Abdullahi A. An-Na'im, Mark Strasser, Susan J. Stabile, Barak D. Richman, Sherman J. Clark and John Lawrence Hill; responses by Zachary R. Calo, Patrick McKinley Brennan, Chad Flanders, Richard W. Garnett, Eugene Volokh and Mohammad H. Fadel. 39 Pepperdine Law Review 1051-1425 (2013).
- The Sixth Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics, and Culture. A Celebration of the Work of John Finnis. Introduction by Patrick McKinley Brennan; articles by George C. Christie, Michelle Madden Dempsey, Frederick G. Lawrence, Rev. Martin Rhonheimer, Candace Vogler and Michael J. White; responses by Patrick McKinley Brennan, Matthew Lister, Anna Bonta Moreland, Michael P. Moreland and Rev. Richard A. Munkelt; keynote response by John Finnis. 57 Villanova Law Review 809-955 (2012).