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2009 Publications

Publications by Members of the Centre in 2009 include:

P Colton, ‘Schools and the Law: A Patron’s Introspection’ (2009) 28(3) Irish Educational Studies 253-277


F Cranmer, ‘Religion and Public Benefit’’ (2009) 11 Ecc LJ 203.


F Cranmer, ‘Religion, Human Rights and the Council of Europe: a note’ (2009) 162 Law & Justice 36.


F Cranmer, ‘Human Sexuality and the Church of Scotland: Aitken et al v Presbytery of Aberdeen’ (2009) 11(3) Ecc LJ 334.


F Cranmer and J Garcia Oliva, ‘Church-State Relationships: An Overview’ (2009) 162 Law & Justice 4.


N Doe (ed) Marriage in Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Law (Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff 2009)


N Doe (ed) The Formation and Ordination of Clergy in Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Law (Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff 2009)


N Doe, ‘Protestantism in Europe: Juridical Perspectives’ III (2008) Derecho y Religion 91.


N Doe, ‘Towards a “Common Law” on Religion in the European Union’ (2009) 37 (1&2) Religion, State and Society 147.


M Hill, ‘Voices in the Wilderness: the Established Church of England and the European Union’ (2009) 37 (1&2) Religion, State and Society 167.


J Oliva, ‘Religious Symbols in the Classroom: A Controversial Issue in the United Kingdom’ [2008] 3 Brigham Young University Law Review 877.


R Sandberg, ‘Underrating Human Rights: Gallagher v Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints’ (2009) 11 Ecc LJ 75.


S White, ‘The Maintenance of Closed Anglican Churchyards’ (2009) 11(3) Ecc LJ 331.


J Witte, ‘The Legal Challenges of Religious Polygamy in the USA’ (2009) 11Ecc LJ 72.


J Witte, ‘A Demonstrative Theory of Natural Law: Johannes Althusius and the Rise of Calvinist Jurisprudence’ (2009) 11(3) Ecc LJ 248.


J Witte, ‘Keeping the Commandments’ (2009) 11(3) Ecc LJ  329.

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