"The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law" (Cambridge University Press, 2018), edited by Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson, was recently reviewed in the Oxford Journal of Law and Religion.
An excerpt from the review says:
" "The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law" is an important and valuable book. Over the course of almost 700 pages, essays from a variety of different perspectives address many different contexts and issues that bring religion, religious liberty, and family law into contact and often conflict. . . . Scholars of family law and law and religion will benefit from the collection’s comprehensiveness and from excellent scholarship exploring facets of the relationship between religion and family that may at times be unfamiliar. The book is also an invaluable resource for anyone seeking an overview of the connections between religion, religious liberty, and family law, and it provides all readers with deep engagement on specific topics. A book of this length and scope is ambitious, and this collection delivers on its promise."
Read the full review.