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Worshiping Separation: Worship In Limited Public Forums And The Establishment Clause , William A. Glaser Jan 2012

Worshiping Separation: Worship In Limited Public Forums And The Establishment Clause , William A. Glaser

Pepperdine Law Review

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Same Sex Marriage: Does The Constitution Or State Constitution Support Same-Sex Marriages?, Sonja Seehusen Mar 2011

Same Sex Marriage: Does The Constitution Or State Constitution Support Same-Sex Marriages?, Sonja Seehusen

University of the District of Columbia Law Review

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Separating Church And State: Transfers Of Government Land As Cures For Establishment Clause Violations, Paul Forster Dec 2009

Separating Church And State: Transfers Of Government Land As Cures For Establishment Clause Violations, Paul Forster

Chicago-Kent Law Review

The note examines one of the issues currently before the Supreme Court in Salazar v. Buono, the case concerning a Latin cross war memorial in the Mojave desert. The issue is whether the government may, by transferring land to private parties, cure Establishment Clause violations caused by permanent displays that contain religious imagery. The article surveys the Court's Establishment Clause jurisprudence as it applies to permanent displays, discussing the sometimes-used and sometimes-ignored Lemon-endorsement standard and the potential shift to a coercion standard. It concludes by arguing that even under the Lemon-endorsement standard, courts should often allow the ...


Author Index May 2008

Author Index

University of Richmond Law Review

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Issue 2: Annual Survey 2007 Table Of Contents Nov 2007

Issue 2: Annual Survey 2007 Table Of Contents

University of Richmond Law Review

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Rethinking Dui Law In Virginia, Monte Kuligowski Nov 2007

Rethinking Dui Law In Virginia, Monte Kuligowski

University of Richmond Law Review

As the demand for safer roadways needs little supporting argument, I turn to the constitutional problem of strict criminal liability law, followed with a brief analysis of criminal intent and strict liability law within the criminal system, some examples of how other states have responded to the inherent tensions, and a few specific thoughts for the legislature to consider.


Does The Declaration Of Independence Pass The Lemon Test?, Monte Kuligowski Apr 2007

Does The Declaration Of Independence Pass The Lemon Test?, Monte Kuligowski

Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

In 2004, Walt Disney Pictures released the motion picture, “National Treasure.” The main character, Benjamin Gates, discovers that the United States Declaration of Independence contains a treasure map on the backside of its old parchment, leading to unfathomable wealth of unprecedented historic significance. Gates discovers the symbols of the map because they are not apparent to the natural eye. One must look through a special lens to find the treasure. So it is with the real Declaration. We need not look to fantasy to discover unfathomable wealth of unprecedented historic significance. Hidden from the dualistic, secular eye, we find in ...