Category Archives: Volume 41

“Islamic Law” in US Courts: Judicial Jihad or Constitutional Imperative?

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Article by: Faisal Kutty 41 PEPP. L. REV. 1059 (2014) This paper argues that in a nation with a constitutional guarantee of freedom of religion, and which respects the notions of freedom of contract and legal pluralism, religion must not...

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Rethinking the “Religious-Question” Doctrine

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Article by: Christopher C. Lund 41 PEPP. L. REV. 1013 (2014) The “religious-question” doctrine is a well-known and commonly accepted notion about the First Amendment’s Religion Clauses. The general idea is that, in our system of separated church and state,...

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Foreign and Religious Family Law: Comity, Contract, and the Constitution

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Article by: Ann Laquer Estin 41 PEPP. L. REV. 1029 (2014) As a family law scholar, I believe that the goals of secular and religious family law are often harmonious, and I have argued for a legal pluralism in the...

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Religious Tribunals and Secular Courts: Navigating Power and Powerlessness

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Article by: Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin 41 PEPP. L. REV. 997 (2014) In this Article, I will focus on the various ways that religious systems have attempted to navigate their relationship with the secular legal system and the secular system of values...

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Introduction: Religious Law in the 21st Century

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Article by: Michael A. Helfand 41 PEPP. L. REV. 991 (2014) As the world has moved into the 21st century, new tensions between law and religion have become an almost daily affair. In only the last few years, such tensions...

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More “Vitiating Paradoxes”: A Response to Steven D. Smith

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Article by: Paul Horwitz 41 PEPP. L. REV. 943 (2014) If I were to select a candidate for Legal Theory Trends That Should Have Been, one of my first nominees would be Conservative Critical Legal Studies. The list of key...

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