Lorin Geitner is the Law School Web Editor and a Reference Lawyer/Librarian at
Chapman University Law School. Prior to joining our staff, he practiced law for nine
years, including practice in appellate law. He received his JD from Loyola University of
Chicago, and his MLIS from the University of Illinois, and has worked at both public and
university libraries, both in the United States and in Europe. He has earned a
Master's degree in Religion from Claremont Graduate University, and has published a
number of articles dealing with topics involving the interface of law with religion.

Law and Religion

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Amish Beard Cutters, Hate Crimes, and the Limits of the Commerce Clause (2012)

Amish are being tried under a Federal Hate Crimes statute in Ohio for cutting the...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Hutterites (2012)

The Hutterites are an Anabaptist group who live communally. This lifestyle has allowed them to...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Mennonites (2012)

An ordinance in Mitchell county, Iowa, forbade the use of tractors with steel-rim tires on...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion, in the News -- Non-Catholic Teachers Fired for Fertility Treatments, Podcast (2012)

Two non-Catholic teachers had been fired from Catholic schools, for breaching Catholic doctrine when it...

 

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Social Architecture and the Law, Orange County Lawyer (2012)

The reputation of attorneys has steadily declined over the last 50 years. How can we...

 

Religion

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Amish Beard Cutters, Hate Crimes, and the Limits of the Commerce Clause (2012)

Amish are being tried under a Federal Hate Crimes statute in Ohio for cutting the...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Hutterites (2012)

The Hutterites are an Anabaptist group who live communally. This lifestyle has allowed them to...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Mennonites (2012)

An ordinance in Mitchell county, Iowa, forbade the use of tractors with steel-rim tires on...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion, in the News -- Non-Catholic Teachers Fired for Fertility Treatments, Podcast (2012)

Two non-Catholic teachers had been fired from Catholic schools, for breaching Catholic doctrine when it...

 

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Social Architecture and the Law, Orange County Lawyer (2012)

The reputation of attorneys has steadily declined over the last 50 years. How can we...

 

Critical Spatial Studies and Law

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Social Architecture and the Law: Law, through the Lens of Religion (2013)

How can we account for the differing popular images of attorney in variouscountries? One way...

 

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Social Architecture and the Law, Orange County Lawyer (2012)

The reputation of attorneys has steadily declined over the last 50 years. How can we...

 

Podcast

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Amish Beard Cutters, Hate Crimes, and the Limits of the Commerce Clause (2012)

Amish are being tried under a Federal Hate Crimes statute in Ohio for cutting the...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Hutterites (2012)

The Hutterites are an Anabaptist group who live communally. This lifestyle has allowed them to...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion in the News -- Mennonites (2012)

An ordinance in Mitchell county, Iowa, forbade the use of tractors with steel-rim tires on...

 

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Issues of Law and Religion, in the News -- Non-Catholic Teachers Fired for Fertility Treatments, Podcast (2012)

Two non-Catholic teachers had been fired from Catholic schools, for breaching Catholic doctrine when it...