Morality’s Present (and Future) Place in Law: A Response to Bruce P. Frohnen’s, The Irreducible, Minimal Morality of Law: Reconsidering the Positivist/Naturalist Law Divide in Light of Legal Purpose and the Rule of Law

Staff member Lauren Gamel critiques a claim about the interdependence of law and morality from Bruce Frohnen’s article published last year in Vol. 58, No. 2. Continue Reading →

Glossip v. Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees’ Retirement System: A Denial of Survivor Benefits to the Decedent’s Same-Sex Partner

Staff member Lindsay Johnson criticizes the Missouri Supreme Court’s preoccupation with technical details in the Glossip v. MODOT case, arguing that in doing so it undermined the spirit of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Windsor. Continue Reading →