‘Judith Hahn's Church Law in Modernity is the best study of Catholic canon law I have seen. It ably makes the key concepts in canon law interesting to a more general audience, especially those interested in jurisprudence and comparative law.'
David Novak - J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Professor of Jewish Studies and Philosophy, University of Toronto
‘This book provides a fascinating window into the condition of the doctrines of natural law and ecclesiology in German Catholicism.'
Matthew Levering - James N. and Mary D. Perry, Jr Chair of Theology, Mundelein Seminary
‘Hahn's book covers a wide range of topics drawn from various disciplines, assembled coherently and rigourously. Natural law and its relation to Catholic canon law, a global system regulating well over a billion faithful, is examined in a multi-faceted way that is both panoramic and specific, concluding with fifty theses that will generate and facilitate discussion.'
Robert Ombres - University of Oxford