Vol. 17, No. 2

The Regent Law Review's Spring 2005 Issue (Vol. 17, No. 2) is the “Moral Realism and the Renaissance of Traditional Marriage” issue.  It features a keynote address, two essays, four articles, and one note.  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: Moral Realism and the Renaissance of Traditional Marriage

Keynote Address: The Case for the Future of Marriage – Maggie Gallagher


DOMA and Marriage – William C. Duncan

The Necessity of a Federal Marriage Amendment – Vincent P. McCarthy


Status, Substance, and Structure: An Interpretive Framework for Understanding the State Marriage Amendments – Joshua K. Baker

Marriage and Some Troubling Issues with No-Fault Divorce – Peter Nash Swisher

Cohabitation and the Future of Marriage – Lynne Marie Kohm and Karen M. Groen

Children and the Future of Marriage – Lynn D. Wardle


Defending the Parental Right to Direct Education: Meyer and Pierce as Bulwarks Against State Indoctrination – Erik M. Zimmerman