As volume four of Current Legal Issues demonstrates, commentary on the interplay between law and religion in the UK is growing, although the subject still attracts nowhere near the level of attention it does in other countries. The newest addition to the literature constitutes a welcome advance to lawyers working or interested in the field. For example, many existing collections of essays on law and religion focus primarily on sociological issues. This compilation, on the other hand, contains many essays that stress truly legal dilemmas, although sociological, philosophical and other approaches to the question are still well represented among the thirty contributions.
S. I. Strong,
Book Review: Law and Religion: Current Legal Issues 2001 - Volume 4, 61 Cambridge Law Journal 727
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