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81 Marquette Law Review 177 (Winter 1998). Religion and the Judicial Process: Legal, Ethical, and Empirical Dimensions.
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27 Texas Tech Law Review 1027 (1996). Faith and the Law Symposium.
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10 Vanderbilt Law Review 879 (August 1957). Symposium on Law and Christianity.
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Robert W. Tuttle, Ph.D., J.D.
Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School
JD Candidate, George Washington University Law School