One of the leading world scholars in law and religion, John Witte reviewed Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights in the January 2014 issue of Ecclesiastical Law Journal, Cambridge University Press.
“At the heart of this judiciously edited collection of essays is the contentious debate in Australia about whether to adopt a national bill of rights.
Many readers will be surprised to learn that Australia lacks a national bill of rights; it is the only modern Western nation without one.
Paul Babie, Neville Rochow and their colleagues in the new Research Unit for the Study of Law, Religion and Society at the University of Adelaide have brought together a strong cast of Australian and international scholars to put the Australian issues in sharp comparative relief.”
John Witte, Jr, Emory University, Atlanta