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Association of American Law Schools
Journal of Legal Education

Volume 59

August 2009

Number 1

From the Editors (PDF

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Articles

 
Bringing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity into the Tax Classroom (PDF)
by Anthony C. Infanti
3
   
Reproductive Rights in the Legal Academy: A New Role for Transnational Law (PDF)by Martha F. Davis and Bethany Withers
35
 
Legal Education Reform in China Through U.S.-Inspired Transplants (PDF)
by Matthew S. Erie
60

Lawyering in the Academy: The Intersection of Academic Freedom and Professional Responsibility (PDF)
by Robert R. Kuehn and Peter A. Joy
97

Symposium


AALS Symposium on Institutional Pluralism: The Role of Religiously Affiliated Law Schools
Introduction (PDF)
by John Garvey
125
 
Religious Law Schools: Tension between Conscience and Academic Freedom (PDF)
by Kent Greenawalt
131

The Role of One Religiously Affiliated Law School (PDF)
by Michael Herz
136

 
Religiously Affiliated Law Schools, Values, and Professionalism (PDF)
by James D. Gordon III
 151
 

The Added Value and Prerogatives of Law Schools with a Faith Mission (PDF)
by Bradley J.B. Toben

 158

Humor

Thoughts on the U.C.C. (With Apologies to Dr. Seuss) (PDF)
by Meredith Lauren Zinnecker, with help from Tim Zinnecker
169
 

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