Religious Jurisprudence Essay Series

The Regent Law Review’s Fall 2008 Issue (Vol. 21, No. 1) is the “Religious Jurisprudence Essay Series” issue. It features two articles, two essays, two student-written notes, and a tribute. Below is a list of the articles and their authors. To order a copy, please fill out the subscription form.

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Articles

Sacrificing Motherhood on the Altar of Political Correctness: Declaring a Legal Stranger To Be a Parent over the Objections of the Child’s Biological Parent - Rena M. Lindevaldsen PDF

The Fifth Amendment Disclosure Obligations of Government Employers When Interrogating Public Employees - Lindsay Niehaus PDF

Essays

Toward a Mormon Jurisprudence - John W. Welch PDF

Evaluating Supernatural Law: An Inquiry into the Health of Nations (The Restatement of the Obvious, Part II) - Thomas C. Folsom PDF

Notes

Does “Emergency” Trump Conscience, Thus Drawing Another Line in the Sand for Pharmacists? PDF

A Different Kind of Life Estate: The Laws, Rights, and Liabilities Associated with Donated Embryos PDF

Tribute

The Regent University Law Library: The First Thirty Years -Charles H. Oates PDF