Author: Shauli Bar-On, J.D. Candidate, 2023
The American Moot Court Association awarded this appellate brief the #7 prize in the country out of 120+ submissions. It was co-written by Shauli Bar-On and Harmon Gill. Read it by clicking here.
Click for the article with Chicago style footnote citations: Law and Religion_ To Sides Of The Same Coin Law and Religion: To Sides Of The Same Coin Introduction Donald Davis’ The Spirit of Hindu Law challenges readers to push back on the parochial notions of ‘law’ being a set of rules enforced by the state and … Continue reading Law and Religion: Two Sides of the Same Coin
This paper was written for the Sinai Scholars Symposium, where I -- along with nine other national finalists -- was invited to present to a panel of academics at the annual Sinai Scholars Symposium on April 15, 2018. The paper was also published in the annual Sinai Scholars Academic Journal. To read the paper, click … Continue reading Comparing Jewish Legal Philosophies with Modern American Law (Sinai Scholars Academic Symposium National Finalists Paper)
Israel is a progressive and advanced country. The technology modern, the food exquisite and the views heavenly. But the 68-year-old country is third world in many regards as well. The driving is savage and feral, the culture is self-centered, and the many laws are loosely enforced. When I walk down the street, I see Jews … Continue reading What the United States can learn from Israel, security wise
By: Shauli Bar-On Written: August 2, 2015 When we as Americans first decided to break away from British ruling, the Declaration of Independence was signed on the infamous date: July 4, 1776. The most famous line in the document states: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they … Continue reading Historical Precedence Regarding Rights for Homosexuals?