A British lawyer and scholar of Burmese law and Buddhism, not to be confused with philosopher Aldous Huxley.

Selected Works (in chronological order)

… the vinaya is nearly as central to the Buddhist religion as the shari’a is to Islam. If we were to rank religions in order of legalism, Theravada would come at the legalistic end of the scale, near to Islam and far from, for example, Taoism.

The Vinaya has outlasted Hammurabi and Justinian because it is a set of spiritual exercises rather than a legal system.

Ananda, Upali and Devadatta act out a theoretical quarrel about Buddhist attitudes to law