- Bernard M. Levinson, La scoperta goethiana della versione ‘originale’ dei Dieci Comandamenti e la sua influenza sulla critica biblica: Il mito del particolarismo ebraico e dell’universalismo tedesco (The Impact of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Discovery of the 'Original' Version of the Ten Commandments upon Biblical Scholarship: The Myth of Jewish Particularism and German Universalism), (in Il roveto ardente: Scritti sull’ebraismo Tedesco in memoria di Francesca Y. Albertini, Edited by Irene Kajon, Lithos Editrice, 2013).
- Thad C. Eagles, Free Exercise, Inc.: A New Framework for Adjudicating Corporate Religious Liberty Claims, (New York University Law Review, Forthcoming).
- Ping Xiong, Freedom of Religion in China Under the Current Legal Framework and Foreign Religious Bodies, (Brigham Young University Law Review, No. 3, 2013).
- Frederick Schauer, On the Utility of Religious Toleration, (Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2014, Forthcoming).
- Paolo Lobba, A European Halt to Laws Against Genocide Denial? In Perinçek v. Switzerland, the European Court of Human Rights Finds that a Conviction for Denial of Armenian ‘Genocide’ Violates Freedom of Expression, (European Criminal Law Review, Vol. 4, Issue 1 (2014), 59-77).
- Pawel Niszczota, Religious Prohibitions and Investment: The Effect of the Islamic Moral Code on Investment in Foreign Debt Securities, (January 31, 2014).
- Paolo Lobba, Holocaust Denial Before the European Court of Human Rights: Evolution of an Exceptional Regime, (Oxford University Press, European Journal of International Law, Forthcoming).
- Lara Cartwright-Smith, Benefit or Burden? Religious Employers and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's Contraception Coverage Mandate, [LEXIS Advance Link],18 NEXUS 29-56 (2012-2013).
- 19th Annual International Law and Religion Symposium: "Religion, Democracy, and Civil Society." Articles by Shaun de Freitas, Augusto Zimmermann, Frank S. Ravitch, Neville Rochow, Jaview Saldana Serrano, Aldir Guedes Soriano and Pink Xiong. 2013 Brigham Young University Law Review 421-617.