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1. Indiana law review [1972 - ]

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3. Indiana law review [1972 - ]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 26 cm.
www.heinonline.org For assistance ask at the Stanford Law Library reference desk.
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Book
pages 466-911 : portrait ; 26 cm
  • Tributes. Tribute to Harold Greenberg / Norman Lefstein
  • A tribute to Professor James F. Bailey, III, and a review of his work / William F. Harvey
  • Symposium. Reexamination of the benefit of publicly funded private education for a African-American students in a post-desegregation era / Kevin D. Brown
  • Race and money, courts and schools : tentative lessons from Connecticut / Peter D. Enrich
  • Inequitable equilibrium : school finance in the United States / Jeffrey Metzler
  • The convergence of education and law : a new class of educators and lawyers / Sarah Redfield
  • Articles. Freedom, responsibility, and risk : fundamental principles supporting tort reform / Deborah J. La Fetra
  • Evidentiary issues in federal prosecutions of violence against women / Tom Lininger
  • The judge has no robes : keeping the electorate in the dark about what judges think about the issues / Alan B. Morrison.
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5. Symposium [2011]

Book
274 pages ; 26 cm
  • Introduction : "what if" counterfactuals in constitutional history / Gerard N. Magliocca
  • The counterfactual that came to pass : what if the founders had not constitutionalized the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus? / Amanda L. Tyler
  • What if Kelo v. City of New London had gone the other way? / Ilya Somin
  • What if Madison had won? : imagining a constitutional world of legislative supremacy / Alison L. LaCroix
  • What if Slaughter-House had been decided differently? / Kermit Roosevelt III
  • What if Daniel Ellsberg hadn't bothered? / Heidi Kitrosser
  • What if Chief Justice Fred Vinson had not died of a heart attack in 1953 : implications for Brown and beyond / Carlton f.W. Larson.
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Book
263 pages ; 26 cm
  • An introduction / Joel M. Schumm
  • Keynote address. Justice in jeopardy : the ABA perspective / Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III
  • Merit selection in Indiana : the foundation for a fair and impartial appellate judiciary / Edward W. Najam, Jr.
  • Merit selection and diversity on the bench / K.O. Myers
  • Judicial retention elections after 2010 / Melissa S. May
  • The perils of merit selection / James Bopp, Jr.
  • A new perspective on judicial disqualification : an antidote to the effects of the decisions in White and Citizens United / Penny J. White
  • Assuring due process through merit selection of judges / Frank Sullivan, Jr.
  • The transformation of the legal profession and legal education / E. Thomas Sullivan
  • Frank Sullivan, Jr., the very model of a modern justice / Randall T. Shepard
  • Tribute to Justice (now Professor) Frank Sullivan, Jr. / Gary R. Roberts.
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pages 484-718 ; 26 cm
  • Introduction: Role of law, lawmakers, and citizens in establishing public trust / Cynthia A. Baker
  • The state of state legislative ethics : watching the watchdogs / Roberta Baskin
  • Ten vital virtues for American public lawyers / Robert F. Blomquist
  • A changing culture : ethical government in Northwest Indiana / Edward E. Charbonneau
  • Legislative ethics in Indiana : a matter of perception--and perception matters / Edward D. Feigenbaum
  • Indiana Center on Government Ethics : a proposed birth / David H. Maidenberg
  • Eliminating political maneuvering : a light in the tunnel for the government attorney-client privilege / Patricia E. Salkin, Allyson Phillips
  • 2005 James P. White Lecture on Legal Education. The judiciary of England and Wales and the rule of law / The Rt. Hon. Lord Woolf of Barnes.
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8. Symposium [2010]

Book
339 pages ; 26 cm
  • Introduction : a symposium on the law of democracy / Michael J. Pitts
  • Keynote address : what election law has to say to constitutional law / Heather K. Gerken
  • The founders' Bush v. Gore : the 1792 election dispute and its continuing relevance / Edward B. Foley
  • "Celebrating" the Tenth Anniversary of the 2000 election controversy : what the world can learn from the recent history of election dysfunction in the United States / Nathaniel Persily
  • Public rights and private rights of action : the enforcement of federal election laws / Daniel P. Tokaji
  • Language assistance and local voting rights law / Angelo N. Ancheta
  • Reinventing voting rights preclearance / Kareem U. Crayton
  • After Citizens United / Michael S. Kang
  • Disclosures about disclosure / Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer
  • What changes do recent Supreme Court decisions require for federal campaign finance statutes and regulations? / Allison R. Hayward.
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13. Indiana health law review [2004 - 2014]

Journal/Periodical
v. ; 26 cm.
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Journal/Periodical
v. ; 26 cm.
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Book
p. 1-216 ; 26 cm.
  • articles: Dances with elephants: administrtive resolution of medical injury clais by Medicare beneficiaries / Elanor D. Kinney, William M. Sage
  • Achieving quality and responding to consumers: the Medicare beneficiary complaint process: who should respond? / Diane E. Hoffman, Virginia Rowthorn
  • Symposium: Bottom lines and waist lines: state governments weigh in on wellness / Cynthia A. Baker
  • Taking roll: an assessment of state and local governance of school wellness policies / Sally Hubbard.
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Book
ii, 153 pages ; 26 cm
  • Report of the Massachusetts Governor's Council of Capital Punishment
  • Symposium proceedings. Welcoming remarks / Joseph L. Hoffman & William J. Meade
  • Panel One. The capital crime. Fairness in the application of the death penalty / Edwin Colfax
  • Narrowing the class of death-eligible crime / Paula Sites
  • Capital defense representation / Norman Lefstein
  • The process of the Governor's council / Michael J. Sullivan
  • The psychology of capital punishment / Sheila M. Murphy
  • Panel Two. The capital jury. Strategy and remorse in capital trials / Andrew D. Leipold
  • False positives and false negatives in capital cases / Erik Lillquist
  • The negative effects of capital jury selection / Andrea D. Lyon
  • A psychologist's perspective on capital juries / Steven J. Sherman
  • Moral accuracy and "wobble" in capital sentencing / Scott E. Sundby
  • The problem of death qualification / Nancy J. King
  • Open discussion. Panel Three. The role of scientific evidence. Ethics, science, and the law of capital punishment / Frederick R. Bieber
  • A scientist's perspective on forensic science / Carl M. Selavka
  • Unintended consequences of the scientific evidence requirement / Jeffrey J. Pokorak
  • Forensic science or forgettable science? / Craig M. Cooley
  • Open discussion. Panel Four. Post-trial review. Substantive appellate review in capital cases / Joseph L. Hoffmann
  • The history of capital appeals in Massachusetts / William J. Meade
  • Procedural default in capital cases / Thomas F. Schornhorst
  • Consistency, proportionality, and substantive judicial review in capital sentencing / H. Geoffrey Moulton, Jr.
  • The value of procedure / Sftephen R. Creason
  • Changing the role of appellate judges in capital cases / Sam Kamin
  • Open discussion. Concluding remarks / Joseph L. Hoffmann
  • Plenary address. Symbol and substance in the Massachusetts Commission report / Franklin E. Zimring
  • Article. Death qualification and true bifurcation : building on the Massachusetts Governor's Council's work / Sam Kamin, Jeffrey J. Pokorak
  • Response to Kamin and Pokorak / Joseph L. Hoffmann.
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Book
pages 286-532 : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Article: Opting only in : Contractarians, waiver of liability provisions, and the race to the bottom / J. Robert Brown, Jr., Sandeep Gopalan
  • Program On Law and State Government Fellowship Symposium. What do we expect? : an introduction to the law, money, and results of state educational systems / Cynthia A. Baker
  • Courting trouble : litigations, high-stakes testing, and education policy / Michael Heise
  • State takeovers of school districts : race and the equal protection clause / Joseph O. Oluwole, Preston C. Green, III.
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p. 533-766 ; 26 cm.
  • Jazzing up family law: the first annual Midwest Famly Law Conference / Jennifer Ann Drobac
  • Jazz and family law : structures, freedoms, and sound changes / Sheila Simon
  • Family law for the underclass: underscoring law's ideological function / David Ray Papke
  • The basis for legal parentage and the clash between custody and child support / Leslie Joan Harris
  • Permanence and parenthood: the case for abolishing the adoption annulment doctrine / Margaret M. Mahoney
  • To be or to exist: standards for deciding whether dementia patients in nursing homes should engage in intimacy, sex and adultery / Evelyn M. Tenenbaum
  • Katrina disaster family law : the impact of Hurricane Katrina on families and family law / Sandie McCarthy-Brown, Susan L. Waysdorf.
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pages 566-858 : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • The law and economics of development and environment : an introduction to the symposium / Daniel H. Cole
  • What makes greenhouse sense? / Thomas C. Schelling
  • Conserving the world's forests : are protected areas the only way? / Tanya Hayes, Elinor Ostrom
  • Incentivizing ecological destruction? : the global joint regulation of the conservation and use of genetic resources / Timo Goeschl ... [et al.]
  • Culture and history count : choosing environmental tools to fit available institutions and experience / Ruth Greenspan Bell
  • Sustainable energy : a preliminary framework / Lakshman Guruswamy
  • Testing the state's rights second amendment for content : a showdown between federal environmental closure of firing ranges and protective state legislation / Nicholas J. Johnson.
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p. [229]-463 : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Introduction to the symposium / Warren F. Schwartz
  • Compensation for victims of terror : a specialized jurisprudence of injury / Marshall S. Shapo
  • A pig in a python : how charitable response to September 11 overwhelmed the law of disaster relief / Robert A. Katz
  • Providing compensation for harm caused by terrorism : lessons learned in the Israeli experience / Hillel Sommer
  • The economics of post-September 11 financial aid to airlines / Margaret M. Blair
  • Exclusion of terrorist-related harms from insurance coverage : do the costs justify the benefits? / Jeffrey E. Thomas
  • Income tax as implicit insurance against losses from terrorism / Terrence Chorvat, Elizabeth Chorvat
  • Terrorism and insurance markets : a role for the government as insurer? / Anne Gron, Alan O. Sykes.
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