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Marriage in the Time of Internet Ministers: I Now Pronounce You Married, But Who Am I To Do So?

I am proud to say that I have been cited as an authority in a law review article in the University of Miami Law Review (Volume 63, Number 3, April 2010) entitled Marriage in the Time of Internet Ministers: I Now Pronounce You Married, But Who Am I To Do So?  Specifically, check out footnote 222 of the aforesaid article which you can find here and you will see the cite to me and my article “I Now [Cannot] Pronounce You Man and Wife” (which you can see here).

The issue of both the law review article and my article centers on the Pennsylvania legal qualifications/criteria of/for someone who presides at weddings in Pennsylvania and who (or what sort of “clergy”) may or may not meet those qualifications.

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