15 J.L. & Fam. Stud. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/jlfst15 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF LAW
& FAMILY STUDIES

Volume 15

Number 1

SYMPOSIUM
THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ADOPTION ATTORNEYS:
THE FUTURE OF ADOPTION IN AMERICA SYMPOSIUM

Conscience Clauses and the Placement of Children
Once Born, Twice Orphaned: Children's Constitutional
Case Against Same-Sex Adoption Bans
The Oncoming Storm: State Indian Child Welfare
Act Laws and the Clash of Tribal, Parental, and
Child Rights
Transracial Adoption in the United States:
The Reflection and Reinforcement of Racial
. Hierarchy
The Corrupting Influence of the United States on a
Vulnerable Intercountry Adoption System: A Guide
for Stakeholders, Hague and Non-Hague Nations,
NGOs, and Concerned Parties
ARTICLE
A Remedy to Fit the Crime: A Call for the Recognition
of the Unreasonable Rejection of a Parent by a Child
as Tortious Conduct
NOTES
A Win for Transgender Employees: Chevron Deference
for the EEOC's Decision in Macy v. Holder

Mark Strasser

Tanya M. Washington
Philip (Jay) McCarthy, Jr.
David Ray Papke
David M. Smolin

Bruce L. Beverly

Laura Anne Taylor

Utah and Juvenile Incompetency

Dannon Lee

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