A collection of research papers submitted for various courses at the BYU Law School.
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Submissions from 2010
Judicial Process as a Hegelian Dialectic, Ben Welch
Submissions from 2009
Rhodesia Analysis, John C. Boyle
Women of the Charter Class, Erin Bradley
Polygamy in Other Societies and in the Mormon Society, KeerthiDeep Burre
Preliminary Injunctions for Patent Infringement, Nicholas Jepsen
Michael Goldsmith: A Biographical Sketch, Alisi Langi
The Seeds of Conflict: Slavery, the Constitution, and the Civil War, W. Blair Larsen
Mothers in Law, Sarah Matthews
Disbarment at the Lord's University, Natalia Martins Merino
How Did We Get the Double Jeopardy Clause?, Matthew R. Morrise
Property Right or Economic Incentive?, Kenneth Pike
Prostituting the Constitution: The Right to Privacy, Free Speech, and the World's Oldest Profession, Christopher C. Rodearmel
JD/MPA Alumni: Careers and Perspectives, Rebecca Rygg
David Dominguez: A Christian Soldier, Ta'afili Sagapolutele
A Virtuous Foundation: The Founders' Understanding of Virtue's Vital Role in the Government of the United States, Kelly N. Schaeffer-Bullock
The Development and Purpose for United States Patent Law, Laura Schroeder