Now showing items 1-10 of 52
Jones v. Flowers: An essay on a unified theory of procedural due process
Procedural due process has always been seen as having at least three independent strands. One is the jurisdictional or minimum contacts strand. That strand, derived from the Supreme Court's decision in International Shoe ...
Interstate recognition of non-traditional marriages
Essential irrelevance of the full faith and credit clause to the same-sex marriage debate
Although the Full Faith and Credit Clause is often assumed by the popular press and some legal commentators to impose a mandatory duty on states to recognize same-sex marriages validly celebrated in another state, this ...
Consequences of refusing consent to a search or seizure: The unfortunate constitutionalization of an evidentiary issue
Article about the consequences of refusing consent to a search or seizure.
Intelligent design and presidential power in time of war
This magazine article discusses the teaching of intelligent design in public schools and the question of presidential power in times of war.
Full faith and credit for dummies
This article discusses the history of the Full Faith and Credit Clause, the original meaning of the clause, and the courts' evolving interpretation of the clause. Within this discussion, the author explains the test for ...
Faithful to the Constitution: The roadblock for Nebraska's schools
For six decades, American schools have been the major battleground in the controversy surrounding the doctrine of separation of church and state. This struggle, inevitably, pits claims that public agents have violated the ...
Relic of the past or tool for unity? America considers the Electoral College
The 2000 presidential election spotlighted an ancient institution and focused attention on the question of whether it should be altered or abolished as America enters the 21st century.
United States Supreme Court October 2005 Term
(Law College Education Services, 2006)