Volume 80: Issue 4

Indiana Law Journal
Volume 80: Issue 4
Fall 2005


The Community Income Theory of the Charitable Contributions Deduction
Johnny Rex Buckles

The Kindynamic Theory of Tort
Christopher P. Guzelian

The Priest-Penitent Privilege: An Hibertnocentric Essay in Post Colonial Jurisprudence
Walter J. Walsh


When Mohammed Goes to the Mountain: The Evidentiary Value of a View
Layne S. Keele

Reconsidering Severe or Pervasive: Aligning the Standard in Sexual Harassment and Racial Harassment Causes of Action
Heather L. Kleinschmidt

Stopping the “Savage Indian” Myth: Dealing with the Doctrine of Laches in Lanham Act Claims of Disparagement
Steven R. Latterell

Forced to Punt: How the BCS and the Intercollegiate Arms Race Negatively Impact the Policy Objectives of Title IX
Kevin J. Rapp

Federalism, the Commerce Clause, and the Constitutionality of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act of 2005
Ryan R. Wilmering