Super Duper Review of WGIG on Publishers Weekly

Not starred, but still pretty nice.  Full review is here. Boston University law professor Wexler offers a highly entertaining and eye-opening look at situations where freedom of religion and environmental protection clash. From harvesting palms in Guatemala and Mexico for Palm Sunday to the massive burnings of joss in Singapore, Wexler portrays both sides of the debate as sympathetic and deserving of fair treatment. . . .Though he directs this work mainly toward governments and nongovernment organizations, religious and secular readers alike will find much to enjoy and appreciate in this fascinating...

Tuttle Q&A With David Lat at Above the Law

Over at Above the Law you can find an interview I did about Tuttle in the Balance with the incomparable David Lat, whose book Supreme Ambitions is a great read about an ambitious clerk and the ambitious judge she works for.  The Q&A, in which I admit to not being able to play the E chord on the ukulele to save my life, is...