Vol. 16, No. 2
The Regent Law Review's Spring 2004 Issue (Vol. 16, No. 2) features five articles, one essay, and two notes. Below is a list of the articles and their authors. To order a copy, please fill out the subscription form.
(All articles and notes are in format.)
Ethical Guideposts for the Christian Attorney
Integration as Integrity: Postmodernism, Psychology, and Religion on the Role of Moral Counseling in the Attorney-Client Relationship – Larry O. Natt Gantt, II
The Christian Lawyer: Defending Apparently Guilty Defendants and Using Deceptive Courtroom Strategies and Tactics – John W. Stanford
The Restatement of the Obvious: Or, What’s Right Got to Do with It? Reflections on a Business Ethic for Our Times – Thomas C. Folsom
Strategic Alliances: Legal and Ethical Challenges – Mary C. Szto
Separation of Powers: A Forgotten Protection in the Context of Eminent Domain and the Natural Gas Act – Jeremy P. Hopkins, Elisabeth M. Hopkins
ERISA and the Exhaustion Dilemma: When Must Plaintiffs Exhaust Administrative Remedies Before Filing Suit? – Lisa Wenzel
Comments and Notes
Electronic Assent to Online Contracts: Do Courts Consistently Enforce Clickwrap Agreements? – William J. Condon, Jr.
Accountants, Attorneys, and Enron: An Analysis of the Debacle and Implications for Future Corporate Practice Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act – Justin Kendall