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Volume 85, Spring 2011, Number 2
Note:This issue contains articles from Symposium: Religious Legal Theory.
Introduction to Symposium: Religious Legal Theory
Mark L. Movsesian
Nonestablishment, Standing, and the Soft Constitution
Steven D. Smith
Separation of Church and State in Japan: What Happened to the Conservative Supreme Court?
Keisuke Mark Abe
Religion, Human Rights, and Post-Secular Legal Theory
Zachary R. Calo
Law Asks for Trust
Nathan S. Chapman
Disestablishment Without Impartiality: A Case-Study Examination of the Religious Clauses in the Nigerian Constitution
Simeon O. Ilesanmi
When the State is Evil: Biblical Civil (Dis)Obedience in South Africa
Joel A. Nichols and James W. McCarty III
(European) Stars or (American) Stripes: Are the European Court of Human Rights' Neutrality and the Supreme Court's Wall of Separation One and the Same?
The Supreme Court's Catholic Majority: Doctrine, Discretion, and Judicial Decision-Making
Speaking for the Dead: Voice in Last Wills and Testaments
Karen J. Sneddon
Joining Behind Bars: Reconciling Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 20(a)(1) with the Prison Litigation Act
"Show Me the Money": State v. Western Union Financial Services and the Jurisdictional Significance of Electronic Debts