Nbr. 64-3, April 2004
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- Marry Me, Bill: Should Cohabitation Be the (Legal) Default Option?
- The Gay Man and His Civil Code
- Of Constitutional Amendments, Human Rights, and Same-Sex Marriages
- Error-Centricity, Habeas Corpus, and The Rule of Law as The Law of Rulings
- Rights and Remedies
- Bones of Contention: A Comparative Examination of Law Governing Human Remains from Archaeological Contexts in Formerly Colonial Countries
- We Didn t Start the Fire: The Origins Science Battle Rages on More Than 75 Years After Scopes
- A Matter of Life And Death: Posthumous Conception
- No Longer the Ugly Duckling: The European Court of Human Rights Recognizes Transsexual Civil Rights in Goodwin v. United Kingdom and Sets the Tone for Future United States Reform
- Jurisprudence Désorientée: The Louisiana Supreme Court s Theory of Jurisprudential Valuation, Doerr v. Mobil Oil and Louisiana Electorate of Gays and Lesbians v. State
- The Louisiana Legislature s Response to SWAT 24 Shreveport Bossier, Inc. v. Bond: The Noncompete Pendulum Swings Toward Debt Peonage. Will the Judiciary s Answer Achieve the Fragile Employer-Employee Balance?