7 Ave Maria L. Rev. [i] (2008)

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LAW REVIEW
Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 2008
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Promoting the Rule of Law and Respecting the Separation of Powers:
The Legitimate Role of the American Judiciary Abroad .......................... D. Brooks Smith  I
The Good   News of InnerChange ............................................................ Anthony R. Picarello, Jr.  25
Pounding a Final Stake in the Heart of the Invidiously
Discriminatory Pervasively Sectarian Test .............................................. James A. Davids  59
ESSAY
The  Sign  and  Seal of Justice ........................................................................ Rafael Alberto  M adan  123
PANEL DISCUSSION
The Independence of Federal Prosecutors: A Panel Discussion at the
Federalist Society 2007 National Lawyers Convention ........................................ Bob Barr  207
Merrick B. Garland
Jamie Gorelick
Andrew C. McCarthy
John C. Yoo
NOTES
Breaking Evolution's Monopoly on Origins: Self-Governance, Parental
Rights, and Religious Viewpoints in the Public Square-
A Response to Kevin Trowel's Divided by Design ........................................ Jared M. Haynie  239
Neither a Moose nor a Puppet: Defining a Lawyer's Role When
Directed to Pursue an Appeal Notwithstanding a Valid
W  aiver of A ppellate  Rights ........................................................................ Gregory  P. LaVoy  265
Why the Equal Protection Clause Cannot Fix Abortion Law .......... Mary Catherine Wilcox  307

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