Indiana Law Journal

Volume 89


Issue 1

Retaliation in an EEO World by Professor Deborah Brake

Citizens United, States Divided by Professor Doug Spencer & Professor Abby Wood

The Feasibility of Litigation Markets by Professor Jonathan Molot

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

FRAND’s Forever: Standards, Patent Transfers, and Licensing Commitments by Professor Jay Kesan & Ms. Carol Hayes

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

Invited Essays

Evolving Values, Animus, and Same-Sex Marriage by Professor Daniel Conkle (Essay)

Windsor, Shelby County, and the Demise of Originalism: A Personal Account by Professor Dawn Johnsen (Essay)

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

Standing to Appeal and Executive Non-Defense of Federal Law After the Marriage Cases by Professor Ryan Scott (Essay)

Leveling Up After DOMA by Professor Deborah Widiss (Essay)


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

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

Issue 2

Managing Systemic Risk in Legal Systems by Professor J.B. Ruhl

The Neurolaw Revolution by Professor Adam Kolber (Essay)

Reviving Implied Confidentiality by Professor Woodrow Hartzog

A Survey of State Fetal Homicide Laws and Their Potential Applicability to Pregnant Women Who Harm Their Own Fetuses by Mr. Andrew Murphy (Comment)

Doctoring Discrimination in the Same-Sex Marriage Debates by Professor Elizabeth Sepper

Identity and Belonging: The Terminations of Parental Rights of Undocumented Workers by Professor Anita Maddali

Redesigning Chevron by Mr. Richard Re

Magnifying Deterrence by Prosecuting Professionals by Professor Scott Schumacher


A Family Tradition: Giving Meaning to Family-Unity and Decreasing Illegal Immigration through Anthropology by Micah Bennett

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

Issue 3

Environmental Law Outside the Canon by Professor Todd Aagaard

Bottom Up Workplace Law Enforcement: An Empirical Analysis by Professor Charlotte Alexander & Professor Arthi Prassad

Enduring Hierarchies in American Legal Education by Professors Olufunmilayo Arewa, Andrew Morris, & William Henderson

Screening Out Innovation: The Merits of Meritless Litigation by Professor Alexander Reinert

Unpopular Constitutionalism by Professor Mila Versteeg


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

Removing (Certain) Faces From Facebook: The Freedom of Speech Implications of Banning Sex Offenders from Social Media by Jonathan Hitz

Issue 4

The Unconvincing Case Against Private Prisons by Professor Malcolm Feeley

Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities by Professor Miranda Fleischer

The Child Pornography Exception by Professor Carissa Hessick

Our Non-Originalist Right to Bear Arms by Mr. Robert Leider

Admit that the Waters Around You Have Grown: Change and Legal Education by Professor Mari Matsuda

Back to the Future: is the Judicial Process Causing Patent Uncertainty by Professor David Schwartz

The Woman Question: From Suffrage to Abortion and Beyond by Professor Reva Siegel


The Medical Device Excise Tax: An Unfair Burden by Elizabeth Millis

Free Exercise After the Arab Spring: Protecting Egypt’s Religious Minorities under the Country’s New Constitution by Michael Nossett