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Publication year2003
CitationVol. 27 No. 01

UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND LAW REVIEWVolume 27, No. 2FALL 2003

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FALL 2003-#7Stretching the Equal Access Act Beyond Equal AccessAaron H. Caplan

FALL 2003-#8Negotiating the Jurisprudential Terrain: A Model Theoretic Approach to Legal TheoryChristopher Roederer

FALL 2003-#9The Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Washington on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Related Trauma Syndromes: Avoiding the Battle of the Experts by Restoring the Use of Objective Psychological Testimony in the CourtroomBrett C. Trowbridge, Ph.D., J.D.

FALL 2003-#10A Call to Restructure Existing International Environmental Law in Light of Africa's Renaissance: The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification and the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)Leslie C. Clark

FALL 2003-#11Executive Certification Requirements in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: A Case for Criminalizing Executive RecklessnessChristopher Wyant

FALL 2003-#12Public Funding for Theological Training Under the Free Exercise Clause: Pragmatic Implications and Theoretical Questions Posed to the Supreme Court in Locke v. DaveyKatie Axtell

FALL 2003-#13Winning the Battle While Losing the...

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