Sam Garland (’14) note in Wake Forest Law Review referenced in Education Law Prof Blog
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February 7, 2014
A note written by Sam Garland (’14) in the Wake Forest Law Review has been featured in a post on the Education Law Prof Blog, Law Review Editor-in-Chief Lee Denton announced.
Garland’s note is titled, “Moss v. Spartanburg County: How the Fourth Circuit Got It Wrong and What It Means for the Future.”
The blog is a member of the Law Professors Blog Network, which is the only network of legal blogs in the U.S. edited primarily by law professors.
Garland’s note appeared in a recent issue of the Wake Forest Law Review and is referred to in a Feb. 6, 2014, blog post titled, Public School Credit for Private Religious Instruction: Did the Fourth Circuit Get It Right?
View the Education Law Prof Blog here.