Academic journal article The William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Symposium: An Analysis of the Ten Commandments Cases

Academic journal article The William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal

Symposium: An Analysis of the Ten Commandments Cases

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On February 21, 2005, the Institute of Bill of Rights Law hosted a symposium to discuss the Ten Commandments cases - Van Orden v. Perry and McCreary County v. American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky - heard in the October 2004 term of the Supreme Court of the United States. The following comments are adapted from the thoughts shared at that conference:

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The William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal seeks to provide the broader legal community with insightful commentary from the top legal minds on a wide variety of today's most important constitutional issues with the ultimate goal of encouraging further discussion, debate, and consideration of these timely and pressing issues. …

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