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Indiana Law Journal

Volume 90, Issue 2

Articles

Nexus Redux
Anjum Gupta

Duty to Defend and the Rule of Law
Gregory F. Zoeller

Scrutinizing Federal Electoral Qualifications
Derek T. Muller

The New State Sovereignty Movement
Austin Raynor

The Federal Question in Patent-License Cases
Amelia Smith Rinehart

Can Judges Make Reliable Numeric Judgments?
Distorted Damages and Skewed Sentences
Jeffrey J. Rachlinski, Andrew J. Wistrich & Chris Guthrie

Banning the Bing:
Why Extreme Solitary Confinement Is Cruel and Far Too Unusual Punishment
Elizabeth Bennion

Federalism and Family Status
Courtney G. Joslin

Big Fish, Small Ponds:
International Crimes in National Courts
Elizabeth B. Ludwin King

The William R. Stewart Lecture

From Weight Checking to Wage Checking:
Arming Workers To Combat Wage Theft
Matthew W. Finkin

Note

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act:
The Latest Obstacle in the Path to Receiving Complementary and Alternative Health Care?
Chelsea Stanley

Comment

Unlocked and Loaded:
Government Censorship of 3D-Printed Firearms and a Proposal for More Reasonable Regulation of 3D-Printed Goods
Danton Bryans

Volume 90, Issue 1

Articles

Consequence, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and the Fourth Amendment’s “No-Win” Scenario
Scott J. Glick

Do Corporations Have Religious Beliefs?
Jason Iuliano

Furtive Encryption: Power, Trust, and the Constitutional Cost of Collective Surveillance
Jeffrey L. Vagle

Disarming the Dangerous: Preventing Extraordinary and Ordinary Violence
Mary D. Fan

Reforming the Regulation of Community Banks After Dodd-Frank
Tanya D. Marsh

Fixing Failure to Warn
Aaron D. Twerski & James A. Henderson, Jr.

The Increasing Weight of Regulation: Countries Combat the Global Obesity Epidemic
Allyn L. Taylor, Emily Whelan Parento & Laura A. Schmidt

Dollar Unilateralism: The New Frontline of National Security
Suzanne Katzenstein

CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality
Nitzan Shilon

Notes

The Rising None: Marsh, Galloway, and the End of Legislative Prayer
Nicholas C. Roberts

Surrogate Testimony After Williams: A New Answer to the Question of Who May Testify Regarding the Contents of a Laboratory Report
Jennifer Alberts