Included in this collection are articles written by Maurer faculty in both our own law journals and in those published by others.

Submissions from 2014

Book Review. Deficits, Debt, and the New Politics of Tax Policy by Dennis S. Ippolito, Ajay K. Mehrotra
(100 Journal of American History 1293 (2014))

Charles A. Beard & the Columbia School of Political Economy: Revisiting the Intellectual Roots of the Beardian Thesis, Ajay K. Mehrotra
(29 Constitutional Commentary 475 (2014))

Plugging Leaks and Lowering Levees in the Federal Government: Practical Solutions for Securities Trading Based on Political Intelligence, Donna M. Nagy and Richard Painter
(2014 University of Illinois law Review 1521)

Kiobel's Broader Significance: Implications for International Legal Theory, Austen L. Parrish
(American Journal of International Law Unbound e-19 (2014))

Access to Counsel: Psychological Science Can Improve the Promise of Civil Rights Enforcement, Victor D. Quintanilla and Cheryl R. Kaiser
(1 Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 95 (2014))

Book Review. Somin, Ilya, Democracy and Political Ignorance: Why Smaller Government Is Smarter, Steve Sanders
(1 Journal of Civic Literacy (July 2014))

Is the Full Faith and Credit Clause Still "Irrelevant" to Same-Sex Marriage?: Toward a Reconsideration of the Conventional Wisdom, Steve Sanders
(89 Indiana Law Journal 95 (2014))

Mini-DOMAs As Political Process Failures: The Case for Heightened Scrutiny of State Anti-Gay Marriage Amendments, Steve Sanders
(109 Northwestern University Law Review 12 (2014))

In Defense of the Finality of Criminal Sentences on Collateral Review, Ryan W. Scott
(4 Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy)

Standing To Appeal and Executive Non-Defense of Federal Law After the Marriage Cases, Ryan W. Scott
(89 Indiana Law Journal 67 (2014))

Online Privacy and the First Amendment: An Opt-In Approach to Data Processing, Joseph A. Tomain
(83 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1 (2014))

Alumni Services: Strategies for Keeping the Law Library's Doors Open After Graduation, Michelle M. Trumbo
(19 AALL Spectrum 17 (Nov. 2014))

Book Review. The Undignified Part of Constitutional Analysis, Timothy W. Waters
(10 European Constitutional Law Review 265 (2014))

Identifying Congressional Overrides Should Not Be This Hard, Deborah Widiss
(92 Texas Law Review See Also 145 (2014))

Leveling Up After DOMA, Deborah A. Widiss
(89 Indiana Law Journal 43 (2014))

Submissions from 2013

Book Review. Epstein, L., et. al., The Behavior of Federal Judges: A Theoretical and Empirical Study of Rational Choice, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(105 Law Library Journal 370 (2013))

The "Social" Side of Law Libraries, Ashley A. Ahlbrand
(17 AALL Spectrum 12 (2013))

Globalization and the Privatization of Welfare Administration in Indiana, Alfred C. Aman
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 377 (2013))

Editor's Note, Alfred C. Aman and Kellie F. Rockel
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 521 (2013))

Editor's Note, Alfred C. Aman and Kellie F. Rockel
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1 (2013))

Interdisciplinary Psychology and Law Training in Family and Child Mediation: An Empirical Study of the Effects on Law Student Mediators, Amy Applegate, Amy Holtzworth-Munroe, Brittany N. Rudd, Ann Freeman, and Brian D'Onofrio
(13 Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 82 no. 3 (2013))

Book Review. Music & Copyright in America: Toward the Celestial Jukebox by Kevin Parks, Michelle M. Botek
(105 Law Library Journal 237 (2013))

Rehnquist's Fourth Amendment: Be Reasonable, Craig M. Bradley
(82 Mississippi Law Journal 259 (2013))

Independent Directors and Shared Board Control in Venture Finance, Brian J. Broughman
(9 Review of Law and Economics 41 (2013))

Carrots and Sticks: How VCs Induce Entrepreneurial Teams to Sell Startups, Brian J. Broughman and Jesse M. Fried
(98 Cornell Law Review 1319 (2013))

The Changing Nature of the Dominant Justifications that Legitimated the Oppression of African-Americans in the United States, Kevin D. Brown
(1 Jindal Journal of Public Policy 4 (2013))

Face-to-Data -- Another Developing Privacy Threat?, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(3 International Data Privacy Law 1 (2013))

PRISM and Privacy: Will This Change Everything?, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(3 International Data Privacy Law 217 (2013))

The Business of Privacy, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(3 International Data Privacy Law 65 (2013))

The Extraterritoriality of Data Privacy Laws -- An Explosive Issue Yet to Detonate, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(3 International Data Privacy Law 147 (2013))

Notice and Consent in a World of Big Data, Fred H. Cate and Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
(3 International Data Privacy Law 67 (2013))

The Varieties of Comparative Institutional Analysis, Daniel H. Cole
(2013 Wisconsin Law Review 383 (2013))

EU Accession to the ECHR: Competence, Procedure and Substance, Paul Craig
(36 Fordham International Law Journal 1114 (2013))

Pringle: Legal Reasoning, Text, Purpose and Teleology, Paul Craig
(20 Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 3 (2013))

Review, Risk, Legality and Damages, Paul Craig
(4 European Journal of Risk Regulation 399 (2013))

The Art of Making Law Library Videos, L. Cindy Dabney
(17 AALL Spectrum 7 (2013))

Promises to Keep: Ensuring the Payment of Americans' Pension Benefits in the Wake of the Great Recession, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
(52 Washburn Law Journal 393 (2013))

The Employment and Economic Advancement of African-Americans in the Twentieth Century, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt and Ryland Sherman
(1 Jindal Journal of Public Policy 95 (2013))

Leap-Ahead Privacy as a Government Responsibility in the Digital Age, David G. Delaney and Ivan K. Fong
(62 American University Law Review 1131 (2013))

Review of Prigg v. Pennsylvania: Slavery, the Supreme Court, and the Ambivalent Constitution, Susan David deMaine
(105 Law Library Journal 540 (2013))

The Origins of American Design Patent Protection, Jason John Du Mont and Mark D. Janis
(88 Indiana Law Journal 837 (2013))

Against Neorehabilitation, Jessica M. Eaglin
(66 SMU Law Review 189 (2013))

Neorehabilitation and Indiana's Sentencing Reform Dilemma, Jessica M. Eaglin
(47 Valparaiso University Law Review 867 (2013))

Memorial: Colleen Kristl Pauwels (1947-2013), Linda K. Fariss
(105 Law Library Journal 585 (2013))

Introductory Note to the Final Acts of the World Conference on International Telecommunications, David P. Fidler
(52 International Legal Materials 843 (2013))

Mind the Gap: Explaining Problems with International Law Where Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection Meet, David P. Fidler
(12 CIP Report 2 (July, 2013))

NATO, Cyber Defense, and International Law, David P. Fidler, Richard Pregent, and Alex Vandurme
(4 St. John's Journal of International & Comparative Law)

Bankrupting the Faith, Pamela Foohey
(78 Missouri Law Review 719 (2013))

Mapping a Post-Shelby County Contingency Strategy, Luis Fuentes-Rohwer and Guy-Uriel E. Charles
(123 Yale Law Journal Online 131 (2013))

On the Future of Tax Salience Scholarship: Operative Mechanisms and Limiting Factors, David Gamage
(41 Florida State University Law Review 173 (2013))

A Potential Game Changer in E-Commerce Taxation, David Gamage, Andrew J. Haile, and Darien Shanske
(67 State Tax Notes 747 (2013))

The Case for a State-Level Debt-Financing Authority, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(67 State Tax Notes 188 (2013))

The Trouble with Tax Increase Limitations, David Gamage and Darien Shanske
(6 Albany Government Law Review 50 (2013))

The American Judicature Society and Judicial Independence: Reflections at the Century Mark, Charles G. Geyh
(96 Judicature 257 (2013))

The Dimensions of Judicial Impartiality, Charles G. Geyh
(65 Florida Law Review 493 (2013))

A Blueprint for Change, William D. Henderson
(40 Pepperdine Law Review 461 (2013))

Who's Eating Law Firms' Lunch? The Legal Service Providers, Law Schools and New Grads at the Table, William D. Henderson and Rachel M. Zahorsky
(99 ABA Journal 32 (Oct. 2013))

Virtual Uncertainty: Developments in the Law of Electronic Payments and Financial Services, Sarah Jane Hughes and Stephen T. Middlebrook
(69 Business Lawyer 263 (2013))

Justice Brennan: Legacy of a Champion, Dawn E. Johnsen
(111 Michigan Law Review 1151 (2013))

Peel-Off Lawyers: Legal Professionals in India's Corporate Law Firm Sector, Jayanth K. Krishnan
(9 Socio-Legal Review 1 (2013))

A Twenty-Year Retrospective on United States Trademark Law in Ten Cases, Marshall Leaffer
(23 Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal 655 (2012-2013))

Enforcement as Substance in Tax Compliance, Leandra Lederman and Ted Sichelman
(70 Washington & Lee Law Review 1679 (2013))

Selling ART or Selling Out?: A Response to Selling ART: An Empirical Assessment of Advertising on Fertility Clinics' Websites, Jody L. Madeira
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1181 (2013))

Book Review. Tax and Spend: The Welfare State, Tax Politics, and the Limits of American Liberalism by Molly C. Michelmore, Ajay K. Mehrotra
(118 American Historical Review 554 (2013))

Owning Stock While Making Law: An Agency Problem and a Fiduciary Solution, Donna M. Nagy
(48 Wake Forest Law Review 567 (2013))

Once We Were Slaves, Now We Are Free: Legal, Administrative, and Social Issues Raised by Passover Celebrations in Prison, Aviva A. Orenstein
(41 Pepperdine Law Review 61 (2014))

Empirical Fallacies of Evidence Law: A Critical Look at the Admission of Prior Sex Crimes, Aviva A. Orenstein and Tamara Rice Lave
(81 University of Cincinnati Law Review 795 (2013))

Introductory Remarks. Arctic Law: The Challenges of Governance in the Changing Arctic, Austen L. Parrish
(107 American Society of International Law Proceedings 271 (2013))

Kiobel, Unilateralism, and the Retreat from Extraterritoriality, Austen L. Parrish
(28 Maryland Journal of International Law 208 (2013))

State Court International Human Rights Litigation: A Concerning Trend?, Austen L. Parrish
(3 U.C. Irvine Law Review 25 (2013))

Critical Race Empiricism: A New Means to Measure Civil Procedure, Victor D. Quintanilla
(3 UC Irvine Law Review 187 (2013))

Marketing and Outreach in Law Libraries: A White Paper, Amanda Runyon, L. Cindy Dabney, Carol A. Watson, Liz McCurry Johnson, Emily Lawson, Shira Megerman, Jamie Summer, T.J. Striepe, and Michele Thomas
(105 Law Library Journal 525 (2013))

Affirmative Action and Academic Freedom: Why the Supreme Court Should Continue Deferring to Faculty Judgments About the Value of Educational Diversity, Steve Sanders

The Skeptic's Guide to Information Sharing at Sentencing, Ryan W. Scott
(2013 Utah Law Review 345 (2013))

The Skeptic’s Guide to Information Sharing at Sentencing, Ryan W. Scott
(2013 Utah Law Review (2013).)

Improving Law School "Transparency", Jeffrey E. Stake
(5 Nebraska Law Review Bulletin 9 (Aug. 12, 2013))

Reclaiming Our Essential Freedom to Determine Who May Be Admitted to Study Law, Jeffrey E. Stake
(27 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 223 (2013/14))

Misplaced Boldness: The Avoidance of Substance in the International Court of Justice's Kosovo Opinion, Timothy W. Waters
(23 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law)

Plucky Little Russia: Misreading the Georgian War Through the Distorting Lens of Aggression, Timothy W. Waters
(49 Stanford Journal of International Law 176 (2013))

Gilbert Redux: The Interaction of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the Amended Americans with Disabilities Act, Deborah Widiss
(46 UC Davis Law Review 961 (2013))

Women and Judging: A Feminist Approach to Judging and the Issue of Customary Law (Eleventh Annual Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lecture), Susan H. Williams
(36 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 25 (2013))

Citizenship After the Conservative Movement, Elisabeth Zoller
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 279 (2013))

La citoyenneté aux Etats-Unis : une valeur en perpétuel devenir, Elisabeth Zoller
(Conférence-débat du CDPC sur la citoyenneté, Cycle « Les valeurs du droit public », 14 févier 2013)

Le principe de transparence et les nouvelles technologies aux États-Unis, Elisabeth Zoller
(Conférence-débat du CDPC sur la transparence, Cycle « Les valeurs du droit public », 15 avril 2013)

Submissions from 2012

Degree Pedigree: Assessing the Effect of Degree-Granting Institutions’ Ranks on Prospective Employment at Academic Law Libraries, Ashley A. Ahlbrand and Michael Johnson
(104 Law Library Journal 553 (2012))

Editor's Note, Alfred C. Aman and Micah J. Nichols
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1 (2012))

Is the Exclusionary Rule Dead?, Craig M. Bradley
(102 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 1 (2012))

Do VCs Use Inside Rounds to Dilute Founders? Some Evidence from Silicon Valley, Brian Broughman and Jesse Fried
(18 Journal of Corporate Finance 1104 (2012).)

This is a Time for Hope and Change, Kevin D. Brown
(87 Indiana Law Journal 431 (2012))

Redefining the Black Face of Affirmative Action: The Impact on Ascendant Black Women, Kevin D. Brown and Renee E. Turner
(2012 IILP Review 148 (2012))

Remedies for Foreign Investors Under U.S. Federal Securities Law, Hannah Buxbaum
(75 Law & Contemporary Problems 161 (2012))

The Supreme Court and Information Privacy, Fred H. Cate and Beth E. Cate
(2 International Data Privacy Law 255 (2012))

Systematic Government Access to Private-Sector Data, Fred H. Cate, James X. Dempsey, and Ira S. Rubenstein
(2 International Data Privacy Law 195 (2012))

The Intricacies of Independence, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantession
(2 International Data Privacy Law 1 (2012))

The Challenge of "Big Data" for Data Protection, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(2 International Data Privacy Law 47 (2012))

The End of the Beginning, Fred H. Cate, Christopher Kuner, Christopher Millard, and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson
(2 International Data Privacy Law 115 (2012))

Law, Politics, and Cost-Benefit Analysis, Daniel H. Cole
(64 Alabama Law Review 91 (2012).)

Religion, Government, and Law in the Contemporary United States, Daniel O. Conkle
(The Cambridge History of Religions in America, v. 3: 1945 to the Present (2012))

Keynes Was Right!, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
(87 Indiana Law Journal 60 (2012))

Swimming in the Crosscurrents of History: Labor and Employment Law Under the Obama Administration, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt and Matthew Kelley
(87 Indiana Law Journal 1 (2012))