Civil Procedure II Outline

As I said in my previous post, I have decided to make my law school outlines available, so that they may possibly assist any current law students with their studies. Here, I have posted my Civil Procedure II outline. My law school divided Civil Procedure into two semesters—though I understand that it has since made […]

Civil Procedure Outline – Part 1

During my time in law school, preparing for exams usually involved preparing outlines to help me study and learn the material comprehensively. Utilizing other outlines often served as a very useful guide in creating my own, helping me to verify that I was on the right track. Finding outlines, however, often proved difficult. I have therefore […]

How to Talk to Protestants

“Far more serious still is the division between the Church of Rome and evangelical Protestantism in all its forms. Yet how great is the common heritage which unites the Roman Catholic Church, with its maintenance of the authority of Holy Scripture and with its acceptance of the great early creeds, to devout Protestants today!” J. […]

Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

“Receive the accidents that befall thee as good, knowing that nothing happens without God.” Didache 3:10  “If God thinks this state of war in the universe a price worth paying for free will—that is, for making a real world in which creatures can do real good or harm and something of real importance can happen, […]

Military Crimes

The United States military has its own military justice system with its own unique criminal code. In this post, I will provide a very broad overview of military crimes as provided in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), including the theories of liability for military crimes and the three major types of military crimes: […]