A collection of research papers submitted for various courses at the BYU Law School.
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Submissions from 2000
The Free Exercise Clause and Original Intent: A View Toward Exemptions, Dawn H. Steadman
Submissions from 1999
Submissions from 1998
The Indian Commerce Clause: What Did the Framers Intend?, Troy D. Smith
Submissions from 1981
Submissions from 1980
Early Utah Territory and State Lawyers, James H. Backman and Stanley J. Preston
Submissions from 1978
A Biographical History of Mormon Women Lawyers, Jim Christensen
Albert “H” Christenson and His Lawyer Lineage, Richard Christenson
Matthew Cowley’s Record as a Mormon Lawyer, Jacques Henri Clemente
The J. Reuben Clark Law School: A Style of Its Own?, Daniel Deschamps
The History of the County Attorneys of Garfield County, Russell L. Mahan
The Trials of John D. Lee, Fay E. Reber
The Young Family in the Law, David E. Silvester
Orval Hafen: Southern Utah Lawyer, David L. Watson