Zachary R. Calo | Hamad Bin Khalifa University
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Zachary R. Calo

Zachary R. Calo


Professor
College of Law

  • Phone+974-4454-1938
  • Office locationRoom C.03.018, Third Floor, College of Islamic Studies Building

Biography

Zachary R. Calo is Professor of Law at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. He is also Research Scholar in Law and Religion at Valparaiso University, Fellow at Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University, Visiting Professor, Faculty of Business and Law, The Open University (UK), and Professor (Adj.) at Notre Dame Law School Australia. He has taught at Valparaiso University Law School, Notre Dame Law School, DePaul University College of Law, and Hangdong International Law School (South Korea), and been a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution and the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. He practiced law at BuckleySandler, LLP in Washington, DC.

 


Research Interests

  • Law and Religion
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Sports Law

Experience

Professor of Law and Swygert Research Fellow

Valparaiso University Law School

2007-2014

Education

LLM

Pepperdine School of Law, Los Angeles, USA

2020
  • PhD Candidate

    The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA

    2017
  • PhD

    The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

    2007
  • JD

    The University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, USA

    2005
  • MA

    The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

    1997
  • BA

    The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA

    1997

Selected Publications

  • Agape, Justice, and Law,

    Zachary Calo and Robert Cochran, eds Cambridge University Press

    2017
  • Law, Religion, and Secular Order

    Journal of Law, Religion, and State

    2019
  • Law, Religion, and the Detraditionalization of Europe

    LAW, RELIGION, AND TRADITION, Jessica Giles, Andrea Pin and Frank Ravitch, eds. (Springer)

    2018
  • The Secularity of Law and the Freedom From Religion,

    Forthcoming in Freedom of and for Religion: Conceptualization a Common Right, Cole Durham, Javier Martinez-Torrón & Donlu Thayer, eds. (Routledge)

    2019
  • Gay Rights, Religious Freedom, and Liberal Selfhood: A Comparative Legal Analysis

    Forthcoming (2020) in edited volume, Paul Babie, Neville Rochow and Brett Scharffs, eds., (Edward Elgar)

    2020
  • Islam, Europe, and the Problem of Peace,

    Forthcoming (2020) in Critical Philosophy on Law, Religion, and Peace, Dawid Bunikowski and Alberto Puppo, eds. (Springer)

    2020