Vol. 20, No. 1
The Regent Law Review's Fall 2007 Issue (Vol. 20, No. 1) is the “Liberty Under Law: 40 Years of Freedom” issue. It features three addresses, two articles, and three 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.)
The Evolution of Virginia’s Constitutions: A Celebration of the Rule of Law in America – Leroy Rountree Hassell, Sr.
Religion and the American Founding – Ellis Sandoz
Religion and Liberty Under Law at the Founding of America – Harold J. Berman
Justice Thomas and Partial Incorporation of the Establishment Clause: Herein of Structural Limitations, Liberty Interests, and Taking Incorporation Seriously – Richard F. Duncan
Republicanism and Religion: Some Contextual Considerations – Ellis Sandoz
Docking the Tail that Wags the Dog: Why Congress Should Abolish the Use of Acquitted Conduct at Sentencing and How Courts Should Treat Acquitted Conduct After United States v. Booker – Farnaz Farkish
Galloway, Split-Interest Trusts, and Undivided Portions: Does Disallowing the Charitable Contribution Deduction Overstep Legislative Intent? – Valerie H. Kuntz
Prophetic Speech and the Internal Revenue Code: Analyzing I.R.C. § 501(c)(3) in Light of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act – Zachary Cummings