Volume 22

Part 1





Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion: Thirteenth Annual Donald C. Clark Jr. Symposium Zoom Conference Call

Christian M. Velez-Vargas & Angela C. Carmella

Pandemic, Protest, and Commemoration: Sacred Civic Expression in Times of National Grief


Angela C. Carmella

Transformative Silence and Protest


Deborah J. Cantrell

Funding Religion or Religious Inclusion: An Analysis of the Rescinded Religious Restrictions in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program


Tisha Silva

Dress Code and Religious Accommodations Through the Lense of EEOC v. Kroger




Cash or Credit: The United States Should Remove Nazi Memorabilia From Circulation

William “Bill” Olson

Die Another Day: The Ineffectiveness of Medical Aid in Dying Legislation

   Elise Bavazzano

Part II






Exploring the Bedrock for Earth Jurisprudence





Maria Antonia Tigre


Original Sin: The Use and Abuse of History in Espinoza and Beyond



Isabelle M. Canaan

The Stoic Ethos of Law & Equity: Good Faith, Legal Benefaction, and Judicial Temperament



Robert Walker

“Blessing in Disguise”: A Hopeful Ending to Uncertainty for Religious Institutions Rights Under Covid-19 Acts



Nicholas Rollo

Word is Bond: A History of 21st Century Claims of German Bonds Issued During the Weimar Republic



Atilla Azami


The Future of Roe v. Wade with a Conservative Super Majority Court

Jaclyn Alston


Part 3


A 12th Annual Donald C. Clark Endowed Law and Religion Lecture: Post-Colonial Iterations of Law and Religion in the Global South

Symposium Transcripts:



“The Dominion of Rights, the Resistance of Duties”


                    Dr. Adnan A. Zulfiqar

Normalized Abnormality: Post-Colonial Iterations of Law and Religion in the Global South


                          Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o




“Religious Diversity and A Woman’s Right to Choose: The Religious Right’s Mistakenly Assumed Monopoly on Belief and Religious Support for Abortion”



                         Deborah Machalow

“A Study of Evolution and Practices of Asylum and Rights of Refugees in Islamic Traditions and International Law”

                  Dr. Nehaluddin Ahmad







Who Is “Q?” A Glimpse Into Qanon And Social Media’s Use Of Censorship As A Means To Combat Them

                          Marissa Pembroke

Nuremberg Project



The Hammer & Sickle Versus the  Swastika: A Survey of Two State Systems of Oppression and Prison Labor


                           Dawn A. Ericksen


New Developments



From Survivor to Fired: The Ministerial Exception’s Impact on Employment Discrimination Against Victims of Domestic Violence


                                  Jaclyn Alston