Vol. 11, No. 1

The Regent Law Review's Fall 1998 Issue (Vol. 11, No. 1) is the “Symposium on Religiously Affiliated Law Schools” issue. It features seven articles, two essays, and three notes. Below is a list of the articles and their authors. To order a copy, please fill out the subscription form.

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Symposium On Religiously Affiliated Law Schools

Mission, Marketing, and Academic Freedom in Today’s Religiously Affiliated Law Schools: An Essay – Howard B. Eisenberg

Academic Freedom in Religiously Affiliated Law Schools: A Jewish Perspective – Howard A. Glickstein
The Bishop’s Role in the Catholic Law School – David L. Gregory

Further Reflections on the Role of Religion in Lawyering and in Life – Samuel J. Levine

And God’s Justice Shall Become Ours: Reflections on Teaching Law in a Catholic University – Robert John Araujo, David K. DeWolf

Integrating Religion, Faith, and Morality in Traditional Law School Courses – Mary C. Scarlato, Lynne Marie Kohm


Faith Through Lawyering: Finding and Doing What is Mine To Do – Randy Lee


What’s a Nice Christian Like You Doing in a Profession Like This? – Michael P. Schutt

Christian Legal Foundations Essay Series

Justinian: Lieutenant of Christ, Legislator for Christendom – Craig A. Stern

Comments and Notes

The Demise of Free Exercise: An Historical Analysis of Where We Are, and How We Got There – Scott E. Thompson

Alabama v. ACLU: A Missed Opportunity to Correct Flawed Establishment Clause Jurisprudence – Timothy R. Fox

RICO and Social Protest: Devilifying a First Amendment Liberty – Shawn D. Akers