58 Emory L.J. [i] (2008-2009)

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LAW JOURNAL
Volume 58                        2008                         Number 1
CONTENTS
THE FUTURE OF LAW, RELIGION, AND THE FAMILY
A 25TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM
sponsored by
The Center for the Study of Law and Religion
Emory University
SYMPOSIUM
Foreword: The Frontiers of Law, Religion, and Marriage ............ Leah Ward Sears 1
Toward a Renaissance for the African-American Family:
Confronting the Lie of Black Inferiority ............................................ Enola G. Aird  7
Religion, Education, and the Primacy of the Family ................. Stephen L. Carter 23
Modem Law and Christian Jurisprudence on Marriage
and  Fam ily  .................................................................................. D on  S. B rowning  31
Children's Beliefs and Family Law  ........................................ Margaret F. Brinig  55
There Oughta Be a Law-Not Necessarily ....................... Jean Bethke Elshtain 71
Afterword: Exploring the Frontiers of Law, Religion, and
Fam ily  Life  ..................................................................................... John  W itte, Jr.  87
ARTICLE & ESSAY
Climate Change and Carbon Sequestration: Assessing a Liability
Regime for Long-Term Storage of Carbon Dioxide .................. Alexandra B. Klass &
Elizabeth J. Wilson 103
Is the Patent Office a Rubber Stamp? ........... Mark A. Lemley & Bhaven Sampat 181
COMMENTS
When the Dissent Creates the Law: Cross-Cutting Majorities
and the Prediction Model of Precedent ..................................... Michael L. Eber  207
Lose Weight or Lose Out: The Legality of State Medicaid Programs
That Make Overweight Beneficiaries' Receipt of Funds Contingent
Upon Healthy Lifestyle Choices .................................................. Erin  E. Patrick  249

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