Washington Law Review


Presented below is the seventh annual Survey of Washington Case Law. The articles in this survey issue have been written by second-year students as a part of their program to attain status as nominees to the Law Review. The second-year students were guided in their work by the Casenote Survey Editor of the Law Review and by various members of the law school faculty. The case survey issue does not represent an attempt to discuss every Washington case decided in 1959. Rather, its purpose is to point out those cases which, in the opinion of the Editorial Board, constitute substantial additions to the body of law in Washington. The Constitutional Law section covers cases on released time for religious instruction during school days—constitutional aspects of school participation in religious program (Thomas) and on the compulsory school attendance law—freedom of religion (Clifford).

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