Comparative Constitutional Law, Democracy, Law and Religion, Religion and Politics

Commentator, Conference on ‘Religion, Rights, and Institutions’, Princeton University (2014)

'The Conference on Religions, Rights, and Institutions will focus on how institutional design, of both religions and political regimes, affects the relationship between religious practice and activity and human rights. It will examine how the internal organization (formal and informal structures and rules) of religions and religious communities affect therights of members of religious communities… Continue reading Commentator, Conference on ‘Religion, Rights, and Institutions’, Princeton University (2014)

Comparative Constitutional Law, Democracy, Whither Europe?

Contribution to Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop

This weekend I will be participating in the above workshop, co-sponsored by Princeton University's Program in Law and Public Affairs, the American Society of Comparative Law, the University of Illinois College of Law and the UCLA Law School. I will be commenting on a paper on "Administrative Democracy in Europe: Expanding the 'Public Space' Through Stakeholder Participation… Continue reading Contribution to Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop