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The Resource Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels : religious arbitration in America and the West, Michael J. Broyde

Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels : religious arbitration in America and the West, Michael J. Broyde

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Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels : religious arbitration in America and the West
Title
Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels
Title remainder
religious arbitration in America and the West
Statement of responsibility
Michael J. Broyde
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the rise of private arbitration in American religious communities. It examines why religious communities are turning to private arbitration, why American law is agreeable to such arbitration, and further focuses on the proper procedural, jurisdictional, and contractual limits of private arbitration. The book argues that such arbitration not only benefits the religious community itself, but also having various different faith-based arbitrations is beneficial for any vibrant pluralistic democracy inhabited by diverse faith groups
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Broyde, Michael J.,
Dewey number
347/.09
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Ecclesiastical courts
  • Dispute resolution (Law)
  • Church and state
  • Islamic courts
  • Rabbinical courts
Label
Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels : religious arbitration in America and the West, Michael J. Broyde
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • 5. Reliance on Arbitrators with Broad Dual-System Expertise
  • Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Sharia Tribunals, Rabbinical Courts, and Christian Panels; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface: Why a Book about Religious Arbitration; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Changing Values and Laws; Part One; 1. The Rise of Religious Arbitration; A. Customizing Law: The Development of Religious Arbitration; B. A Brief History of Arbitration's Rise in the United States; C. The Birth of Religious Arbitration; D. Variants of Religious Arbitration in Practice; Jewish Arbitration; Protestant Christian Arbitration; Catholic Christian Arbitration; Islamic Arbitration
  • E. The Future of Religious ArbitrationF. Crafting a Framework for Enforceable Arbitration Decisions; G. Religious Arbitration's Biggest Challenges Moving Forward: Molding Ancient Laws to Fit a Modern Paradigm, and Equal Access of All Religions to Religious Arbitration; H. Conclusion; 2. The Movement Away from Secular Values in the Religious Community; A. The Settling Dust of the Culture Wars; B. Cultural and Moral Shifts in the United States; C. Movement Away from Religion and Religious Mores in the United States; D. Examples of Changing Values
  • E. Religious Groups Taking Back Control over MarriageF. The Rise of Religious Communities as a Centerpiece; G. Conclusion; 3. Co-religionist Commerce Is Better Adjudicated in Arbitration; A. Co-religionist Commerce and Contextual Adjudication; B. The Strength of Industry and Co-.religionist Arbitration; C. The Special Language of Industries and the Special Language of Co-.religionist Commerce; D. Co-religionist Disputes in Secular Courts; Co-religionist Family Law Disputes and the Secular Courts; Co-religionist Commercial Disputes and the Secular Courts; Part Two
  • 4. A History of Religious ArbitrationA. Historical Foundations of Religious Arbitration; B. Religious Arbitration in America; C. Conclusion; 5. Arbitration Law and Its Evolution; A. Introduction: Why Care about the Parameters of Arbitration Generally?; B. A History of Arbitration Law in America; C. The Development and Evolution of ADR in the United States; Conciliation; Mediation; Arbitration; Arbitration in the Field of Labor Relations; Arbitration of Commercial Disputes; D. Conclusion; Part Three; 6. Regulation of Arbitration Law in the United States; A. The Arbitration Agreement
  • B. The Arbitration ProcessC. Unconscionability and Duress; Unconscionability in Commercial Arbitration; Unconscionability in Family Law and Policy; D. Conclusion; 7. Refining Religious Arbitration in the United States and Abroad: The Jewish Experience; A. Jewish Arbitration Today; B. The Pillars of Successful Religious Arbitration in America; 1. Publication of Formal, Sophisticated Rules of Procedure; 2. Development of an Internal Appellate Process; 3. Respect for Both Religious and Secular Legal Norms; 4. Acknowledgement of Commercial Customs and General Equity
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ocn988175992
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1 online resource (xxvi, 282 pages)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190640293
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
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System control number
(OCoLC)988175992
Label
Sharia tribunals, rabbinical courts, and Christian panels : religious arbitration in America and the West, Michael J. Broyde
Publication
Note
  • 5. Reliance on Arbitrators with Broad Dual-System Expertise
  • Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Sharia Tribunals, Rabbinical Courts, and Christian Panels; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface: Why a Book about Religious Arbitration; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Changing Values and Laws; Part One; 1. The Rise of Religious Arbitration; A. Customizing Law: The Development of Religious Arbitration; B. A Brief History of Arbitration's Rise in the United States; C. The Birth of Religious Arbitration; D. Variants of Religious Arbitration in Practice; Jewish Arbitration; Protestant Christian Arbitration; Catholic Christian Arbitration; Islamic Arbitration
  • E. The Future of Religious ArbitrationF. Crafting a Framework for Enforceable Arbitration Decisions; G. Religious Arbitration's Biggest Challenges Moving Forward: Molding Ancient Laws to Fit a Modern Paradigm, and Equal Access of All Religions to Religious Arbitration; H. Conclusion; 2. The Movement Away from Secular Values in the Religious Community; A. The Settling Dust of the Culture Wars; B. Cultural and Moral Shifts in the United States; C. Movement Away from Religion and Religious Mores in the United States; D. Examples of Changing Values
  • E. Religious Groups Taking Back Control over MarriageF. The Rise of Religious Communities as a Centerpiece; G. Conclusion; 3. Co-religionist Commerce Is Better Adjudicated in Arbitration; A. Co-religionist Commerce and Contextual Adjudication; B. The Strength of Industry and Co-.religionist Arbitration; C. The Special Language of Industries and the Special Language of Co-.religionist Commerce; D. Co-religionist Disputes in Secular Courts; Co-religionist Family Law Disputes and the Secular Courts; Co-religionist Commercial Disputes and the Secular Courts; Part Two
  • 4. A History of Religious ArbitrationA. Historical Foundations of Religious Arbitration; B. Religious Arbitration in America; C. Conclusion; 5. Arbitration Law and Its Evolution; A. Introduction: Why Care about the Parameters of Arbitration Generally?; B. A History of Arbitration Law in America; C. The Development and Evolution of ADR in the United States; Conciliation; Mediation; Arbitration; Arbitration in the Field of Labor Relations; Arbitration of Commercial Disputes; D. Conclusion; Part Three; 6. Regulation of Arbitration Law in the United States; A. The Arbitration Agreement
  • B. The Arbitration ProcessC. Unconscionability and Duress; Unconscionability in Commercial Arbitration; Unconscionability in Family Law and Policy; D. Conclusion; 7. Refining Religious Arbitration in the United States and Abroad: The Jewish Experience; A. Jewish Arbitration Today; B. The Pillars of Successful Religious Arbitration in America; 1. Publication of Formal, Sophisticated Rules of Procedure; 2. Development of an Internal Appellate Process; 3. Respect for Both Religious and Secular Legal Norms; 4. Acknowledgement of Commercial Customs and General Equity
Control code
ocn988175992
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvi, 282 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780190640293
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)988175992

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