Religion, Liberty and the Jurisdictional Limits of Law, eds. Iain T. Benson and Barry W. Bussey, Toronto, Ontario : LexisNexis, 2017, pp. 203
Two seemingly disparate case studies provide a fascinating lens through which to examine religion in the public sphere. One involves the government's mandate to immunize school children and the allowable exemptions therefrom; the other a professor's online course that requires some group sessions on weekends, and a student's claim for an exemption from that activity.
Haigh, Richard, "Should Conscience Be a Proxy for Religion in Some Cases?" (2017). Articles & Book Chapters. 2665.
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