Regent University Law Review – A Sneak Preview

The latest issue of the Regent University Law Review is at press. Topics addressed in this issue include the undercurrents of abortion in the Establishment Clause cases, California’s Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), federal preemption and global warming, and the implications of Melendez-Diaz on computerized evidence.

Established in 1991, the Law Review is published by Regent University School of Law student editors and staff members, chosen on the basis of academic achievement and writing ability, under the guidance of the law faculty. Past contributors include United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Attorney General John Ashcroft and Charles Colson.

The Regent University Law Review is published twice annually. To order your copy or subscribe, please visit

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