3 Liberty U.L Rev. [i] (2009)

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VOLUME 3                  SPRING 2009                 NUMBER I
ARTICLES
VFATA: Virginia's False Claims Act ................. Michael J. Davidson  1
The Use of the Ten Commandments in
American  Courts ....................................................... John  A. Eidsmoe  15
Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Teaching
Lawyering Skills: A Response to the MacCrate
Report, Fifteen Years Later ................................... Scott E. Thompson  47
BOOK REVIEW
Robert George's The Clash of Orthodoxies: Law, Religion,
and Morality  in Crisis ........................................... Jeffrey C. Tuomala  77
COMMENT
Not-So-Equitable Liens: ERISA Fiduciaries Cross-Dress
Legal Remedies as Equitable ............................ Brandon S. Osterbind  103
NOTES
The Humble Almond: Why Congress Should Institute the
Precautionary Principle to Guide Regulation of Environmental
Toxins and Food Additives ................................ David Alan Nauheim  145
Construction Drawings That Work--Or Maybe Not?:
Architects Get a Free Pass in Ohio ........................... Jason Shoemaker  183

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