RELIGION

Beyond the Confines of the Confessional: The Priest-Penitent Privilege in a Diverse Society…..45:697

Bowen v. Kendrick, 108 S. Ct. 2562 (1988)—Adolescent Family Life Act Upheld as Facially Valid After a First Amendment Constitutional Attack on the Right of Religious Organizations to Receive Federal Funding to Counsel and Teach Adolescents…..39:783

Clergy Malpractice: Suing Ministers, Pastors, and Priests for Ungodly Counseling…..39:597

Diversity and the Constitution in India: What is Religious Freedom?…..57:943

“First Principles” and the Misplacement of the “Wall of Separation”: Too Late in the Day for a Cure?…..52:171

A Guide for Lower Courts in Factoring Religion into Child Custody Disputes…..45:733

Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association, 108 S. Ct. 1319 (1988)—Federal Land Use Decision that Is Not an Outright Prohibition, Coercion, or Penalty on the Practice of a Religion Does Not Burden the Faith in a Manner that Violates the Free Exercise Clause…..39:563

Neutral Laws, Incidental Effects, and the Regulation of Religion and Speech…..40:255

Religion and Law in France: Secularism, Separation, and State Intervention…..57:949

Religion, the State, and Constitutionalism in Islamic and Comparative Perspectives…..57:829

Religious Freedom and Israeli Law…..57:879

Religious Freedom, Church Autonomy, and Constitutionalism…..57:901

School Vouchers: A Solution to an Educational Crisis or Impermissible Government Involvement in Religion?…..52:821

Three Aspects of the Rabbinate: Compensation, Competition and Tenure…..45:569

When Free Exercise Is a Burden: Protecting “Third Parties” in Religious Accommodation Law…..62:433

The Widow’s Torment: International Religious Freedom and American National Security in the 21st Century…..57:851

Will the Tower Topple? The Future of Morality as a Legitimate State Interest Argument in Homosexual Legal Issues…..53:1063