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Indiana Law Journal

Volume 89, Issue 3

Enduring Hierarchies in American Legal Education
Olufunmilayo B. Arewa, Andrew P. Morriss & William D. Henderson

Bottom-Up Workplace Law Enforcement: An Empirical Analysis
Charlotte S. Alexander & Arthi Prasad

Unpopular Constitutionalism
Mila Versteeg

Screening Out Innovation: The Merits of Meritless Litigation
Alexander A. Reinert

Environmental Law Outside the Canon
Todd S. Aagaard

Notes

Learning from Copyright’s Failure to Build Its Future
Ken Burleson

Removing Disfavored Faces from Facebook: The Freedom of Speech Implications of Banning Sex Offenders from Social Media
Jonathon Hitz

Volume 89, Issue 2

 Magnifying Deterrence by Prosecuting Professionals
Scott A. Schumacher

Managing Systemic Risk in Legal Systems
J.B. Ruhl

Should Chevron Have Two Steps?
Richard M. Re

The Immigrant “Other”: Racialized Identity and the Devaluation of Immigrant Family Relations
Anita Ortiz Maddali

Doctoring Discrimination in the Same-Sex Marriage Debates
Elizabeth Sepper

Reviving Implied Confidentiality
Woodrow Hartzog

Will There Be a Neurolaw Revolution?
Adam J. Kolber

Comment

A Survey of State Fetal Homicide Laws and Their Potential Applicability to Pregnant Women Who Harm Their Own Fetuses
Andrew S. Murphy

Notes

A Family Tradition: Giving Meaning to Family Unity and Decreasing illegal Immigration Through Anthropology
Micah Bennett

Beyond the Verdict: Why Courts Must Protect Jurors from the Public Before, During, and After High-Profile Cases
Scott Ritter

Volume 89, Issue 1

Essays on the Implications of Windsor and Perry

Introduction to the Essays

Windsor, Shelby County, and the Demise of Originalism: A Personal Account
Dawn Johnsen

Evolving Values, Animus, and Same-Sex Marriage
Daniel O. Conkle

Leveling Up After DOMA
Deborah A. Widiss

Standing To Appeal and Executive Non-Defense of Federal Law After the Marriage Cases
 Ryan W. Scott

Is the Full Faith and Credit Clause Still “Irrelevant” to Same-Sex Marriage?: Toward a Reconsideration of the Conventional Wisdom
Steve Sanders

Articles

Retaliation in an EEO World
Deborah L. Brake

The Feasibility of Litigation Markets
Jonathan T. Molot

Seeing is Believing: The Anti-Inference Bias
Eyal Zamir, Ilana Ritov & Doron Teichman

FRAND’s Forever: Standards, Patent Transfers, and Licensing Commitments
Jay P. Kesan & Carol M. Hayes

Citizens United, States Divided: An Empirical Analysis of Independent Political Spending
Douglas M. Spencer & Abby K. Wood

Review for Release: Juvenile Offenders, State Parole Practices, and the Eighth Amendment
Sarah French Russell

Notes

Bitcoin and Money Laundering: Mining for an Effective Solution
Danton Bryans

Takings and the Right to Fish and Float in Colorado
Aaron Pettis