Vol. 20, No. 2

The Regent Law Review's Spring 2008 Issue (Vol. 20, No. 2) features one address, two articles, the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies 2007 National Lawyers Convention public debate on the role of religion, and two 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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Address

God, Gaia, the Taxpayer, and the Lorax: Standing, Justiciability, and Separation of Powers After Massachusetts and HeinJonathan H. Adler

Articles

The Use and Scope of Extrinsic Evidence in Evaluating Establishment Clause Cases in Light of the Lemon Test’s Secular Purpose Requirement – Mark DeForrest

Guarding the Threshold of Birth – Kevin J. Mitchell

The Role of Religion in Public Debate: The Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies 2007 National Lawyers Convention

Religious Liberties: The Role of Religion in Public Debate – Diane S. Sykes

Religions as Ways of Life – James W. Skillen

The Role of Religious Considerations in the Public Discourse of Pluralistic Democracies – Robert Audi

Religious Conviction and Political Participation – Michael W. McConnell

Brief Comments on an Intermediate Position – Kent Greenawalt

Panel Discussion and Commentary

Notes

Truth be Told: Truth Serum and Its Role in the War on Terror – Seth Lowry

The Defense of Marriage Act as an Efficacious Expression of Public Policy: Towards a Resolution of Miller v. Jenkins and the Emerging Conflict Between States Over Same-Sex Parenting – Cort I. Walker