J. David C. Harte
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications: MA , LLM, Barrister
Occupation: Senior Lecturer in Law, Newcastle
Law School, Newcastle University,
Interests: The relationship between law and religion
generally, and in particular the legal frameworks for pluralism
by contrast with secularism; Church heritage law; The legal framework
for religion in schools.
Law after Death, or 'Whose Body is it?' The Legal Framework for
the Remembrance of the Dead", in Ritual and Remembrance: Responses
to Death in Human Societies, edited by Jon Davies, 1994, Sheffield
Academic Press, pp. 200 - 237.
"A Christian Approach to Environmental Law", in Christian
Perspectives on Law Reform, edited by P. Beaumont, 1998, Paternoster,
pp. 51 - 82.
“Influences of Church and State on the English School System: Country
Report, England” , in Öffentliches Schulwesen im Spannungsfield
von Staat und Kirche , edited by Eibe Riedel, (proceedings of the
Public Law section of the German Association for Comparative Law),
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1998, pp. 53 - 87.
“Religious Education and Worship in State Schools, in English Canon
Law; Essays in Honour of Bishop Eric Kemp”, edited by Norman Doe,
Mark Hill and Robert Ombres, 1998, Cardiff, University of Wales
Press, pp. 115 - 127.
“Legal Aspects of Development and the Church in the Countryside”,
chapt. 10 in Law, Policy and Development in the Rural Environment,
edited by Nicholas Herbert-Young, 1999, Cardiff, University of Wales
Press pp. 221 -249.
“Establishment and Autonomy: The Church of England as a Voluntary
Body”, chapt. 13 in The Voluntary Sector, the State and the Law,
edited by Alison Dunn, 2000, Oxford and Portland Oregon, Hart Publishing,
pp193 - 209.
"Defining the Legal Boundaries of Orthodoxy for Public and
Private Religion in England" in Richard O'Dair and Andrew Lewis,
Law and Religion, 4 Current Legal Issues, 2001, Oxford University
Press, pp 471 - 495.
“The Legal Framework for Religion in Schools: Enforcement or Enablement?”
a chapter in Christian Perspectives on the Limits of Law, edited
by P. Beaumont, Paternoster, 2002, pp 35 – 70.
“The Development of the Law of Employment and Education” , a chapter
in, Religious Liberty and Human Rights, edited by Mark Hill, University
of Wales Press, 2002, pp 159 - 194 .