2010 BYU L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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Law Review
VOLUME 2010                                        NUMBER I
NOTES
Introduction to the First Annual
Survey of the Ninth and Tenth Circuits  ................ ......... 1
Passive Acknowledgement or Active Promotion of Religion?
Neutrality and the Ten Commandments in Green v. Haskell
Stephanie Barclay....................................... 3
Battling Gray Markets Through Copyright Law: Omega, S.A. v.
Costco Wholesale Corporation
Samuel Brooks........................................19
Victory for Clergy Sexual Abuse Victims: The Ninth Circuit
Strips the Holy See of Foreign Sovereign Immunity in Doe v.
Holy See
Edan Burkett........................................35
Lopez-Rodriguez v. Mukasey: The Ninth Circuit's Expansion of
the Exclusionary Rule in Immigration Hearings Contradicts the
Supreme Court's Lopez-Mendoza Decision
Eric W. Clarke........................................51
Protecting Public Lands from the Public: Kane County and
Revised Statute 2477
Douglas P. Farr......................................67
Chevron's Ambiguity Hurdle: Delgado v. Holder and the Proper
Interpretation of the Particularly Serious Crime Exception to
Deportation Relief
William M. Hains....................................81
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights v. City of San
Francisco: How the Ninth Circuit Abandoned Judicial
Neutrality to Strike a Blow at Religion
Jonathan W. Heaton        ............................. .....101

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