Monday, June 13, 2011

Recent Articles Of Interest

From SSRN:
From SmartCILP and elsewhere:
  • Jose Ambrozic, Beyond Public Reason on Energy Justice: Solidarity and Catholic Social Teaching, [Abstract], 21 Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy 381-398 (2010).
  • Jorge O. Elorza, Secularism and the Constitution: Can Government Be Too Secular?, 72 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 53-117 (2010).
  • Symposium: The Future of Rights of Conscience in Health Care: Legal and Ethical Perspectives. Preface by James W. Devine; articles by Lynn D. Wardle, Kent Greenawalt, Robert K. Vischer, Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, Robin Fretwell Wilson, Richard S. Myers, Jill Morrison, Micole Allekotte and T.A. Cavanaugh. 9 Ave Maria Law Review 1-206 (2010).
  • Reviewing Douglas Laycock's Religious Liberty, Volume One: Overviews and History. Book reviews by Thomas C. Berg, Steven D. Smith and Jay Wexler; response by Douglas Laycock. 89 Texas Law Review 901-966 (2011).
  • Signs of the Times: The First Amendment and Religious Symbolism. Essays by Peter Irons and Thomas C. Berg; panel discussion with Joseph Thai, moderator; Carl H. Esbeck, Eduardo Penalver, Kevin Theriot, Micheal Salem and Rick Tepker. 63 Oklahoma Law Review 1-100 (2010).
  • Symposium. Civil Religion in the United States and Europe. Introduction by Silvio Ferrari; articles by Blandine Chelini-Pont, Pasquale Annicchino, Emmanuel Tawil, Alessandro Ferrari, Andrew Koppelman, Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Frederick Gedicks, David Fontana, Pierre-Henri Prelot, Michael Perry, Marco Ventura, and Talip Kucukcan; afterword by Brett Scharffs. 41 George Washington International Law Review 749-1000 (2010).
  • Meir Katz, The State of Blaine: A Closer Look at the Blaine Amendments and Their Modern Application, Engage Volume 12, Issue 1, June 2011.
  • Luke Goodrich, The Health Care and Conscience Debate, Engage Volume 12, Issue 1, June 2011.