Publications for Samuel Levine email@example.com
Levine, S. (2012). A look at the establishment clause through the prism of religious perspectives: Religious majorities, religious minorities, and nonbelievers, 87 Chicago - Kent Law Review 775.
Levine, S. J. (2011). Hosanna-Tabor and Supreme Court Precedent: An analysis of the ministerial exception in the context of the Supreme Court's hands-off approach to religious doctrine. Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, 106, 120-137.
Levine, S. J. (2011). Rethinking self-incrimination, voluntariness, and coersion, through a perspective of Jewish law and legal theory. The Journal of Law in Society, 12, 72.
Levine, S. J. (2011). RLT: A preliminary examination of religious legal theory as a movement. St. John's Law Review, 85(2), 579-593.
Levine, S. J. (2011). Second Annual Holocaust Remembrance Lecture at Washington University: Jewish law from out of the depths: Tragic choices in the Holocaust. Washington University Global Studies Law Review, 10(1), 133-142.
Levine, S. J. (2011). Taking the ethical duty to self seriously: An essay in memory of Fred Zacharias. San Diego Law Review, 48(1), 285-302.
Levine, S. J. (2010). Applying Jewish legal theory in the context of American law and legal scholarship: A methodological analysis. Seton Hall Law Review, 40(3), 933-954.