A collection of research papers submitted for various courses at the BYU Law School.
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Submissions from 2007
Crucifixion: Ancient Perspectives, William L. Horn
Jewish Sabbath Observance among New Testament Christians, Lisa Hoskisson
Outlaw Submarines Won World War II, Christopher Infanger
Roman, Greek, and Jewish Festivals and Holy Days, Malisa King
Roman Citizenship and Its Effects on Paul's Ministry and Trial, Kenley Klonoff
The Evolution of the European Union, Christine Leavitt
Benjamin Franklin: The Indispensable Founder, Terrell R. Lee
Proving Membership in the Community in the Time of Paul, Michael Lewis
Transfer of Land in New England: Colonizing on Native Indian Land, Jeffrey E. Matson
The History Behind the Federal Estate Tax, Josh McLane
An Exploration into Utah's Peculiar Liquor Laws, Chet Neilson
Striking a Balance: History of American Constitutional Interpretations, Jessame Petersen
Debt in the New Testament: Jewish and Roman Law, Edison Samways
Shame as a Sanction in Biblical Times, Benjamin Scoll