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(Not) Making the Grade: An Evaluation of 22 Recent Biology Textbooks and Their Use of Selected Icons of Evolution
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
November 21, 2011

The Selman v. Cobb County Board of Education Lawsuit, Josh Rosenau, and the Legality of “Singling Out Evolution”
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
March 30, 2011

The "Teach the Controversy" Controversy
By: David K. DeWolf
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy
June 2, 2010

The Constitutionality and Pedagogical Benefits of Teaching Evolution Scientifically
By: Casey Luskin
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy
May 6, 2010

Does Challenging Darwin Create Constitutional Jeopardy? A Comprehensive Survey of Case Law Regarding the Teaching of Biological Origins
By: Casey Luskin
Hamline University Law Review
June 15, 2009

Is "Evolution" a "Theory" or "Fact" or Is This Just a Trivial Game of Semantics?
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
July 28, 2008

Intelligent Design Will Survive Kitzmiller v. Dover
By: David K. DeWolf, John G. West, and Casey Luskin
Montana Law Review, vol. 68, no. 1
June 8, 2007

What do Modern Textbooks Really Say about Haeckel's Embryos?
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
March 27, 2007

Legal Analysis of the Alabama House Substitute for SB 336
By: David DeWolf, Seth Cooper, John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 14, 2004

Face-Off: Should both sides of the Debate on Evolution be Included in Textbooks?
By: Seth L. Cooper
Spring Hill Review (Southwest Washington State)
January 1, 2004

Science and Religion Twenty Years After Mclean V. Arkansas:
Evolution, Public Education, and the New Challenge of Intelligent Design
By: Francis J. Beckwith
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy
June 7, 2003

Public Education, Religious Establishment, and the Challenge of Intelligent Design
By: Francis J. Beckwith
Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy
April 15, 2003

A Liberty Not Fully Evolved?
The Case of Rodney Levake and the Right of Public School Teachers to Criticize Darwinism
By: Francis J. Beckwith
San Diego Law Review
January 21, 2003

State of Chaos:
An Assisted-Suicide Ruling Creates Deadly Confusion
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
October 17, 2002

The Roots and Remedy of Judicial Imperialism:
Why Judges Make Law
By: Nancy Pearcey
Human Events
December 1, 2000

An Evaluation of Ten Recent Biology Textbooks:
A Report for the Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
August 28, 2000

Teaching the Origins Controversy:
Science, Or Religion, Or Speech?
By: David K. DeWolf, Stephen C. Meyer, Mark E. DeForrest
Utah Law Review 39
February 9, 2000

Natural Born Lawyers
Review of eight recent books on Natural Law
By: J. Budziszewski
The Weekly Standard
December 20, 1999

Metaphysics Matters:
Review of In Defense of Natural Law by Robert P. George (Clarendon/Oxford University Press)
By: Phillip E. Johnson
First Things 97
November 1, 1999

Teaching the Controversy:
Darwinism, Design and the Public School Science Curriculum
By: David K. DeWolf, Stephen C. Meyer, Mark E. DeForrest
The Foundation for Thought and Ethics
October 1, 1999

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