The Jerome Hall Lectureship was established in 1994 to honor the late Jerome Hall, a faculty member at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law from 1939 to 1970. Hall gained worldwide recognition for his work in criminal law, comparative law, and jurisprudence. Professor Hall was awarded Indiana University’s highest faculty rank, Distinguished Professor, in 1957, and was also the recipient of the University’s Frederick Bachman Lieber Memorial Award for his many years of distinguished teaching.

Submissions from 2022

Systemic Racism in the U.S. Immigration Laws, Kevin R. Johnson
(97 Indiana Law Journal 1455 (2022))

Submissions from 2016

Voter Welfare: An Emerging Rule of Reason in Voting Rights Law, Samuel Issacharoff
(92 Indiana Law Journal 299 (2016))

Parents Involved and the Struggle for Historical Memory­, Mark Tushnet
(91 Indiana Law Journal 493 (2016))

Submissions from 2014

The Unconvincing Case Against Private Prisons, Malcolm M. Feeley
(89 Indiana Law Journal 1401 (2014))

Submissions from 2013

Clark Kerr and Me: The Future of the Public Law School, Rachel Morán
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1021 (2013))

Submissions from 2012

Governing Badly: Theory and Practice of Bad Ideas in College Decision Making, Michael A. Olivas
(87 Indiana Law Journal 951 (2012))

Submissions from 2009

Our Schizoid Approach to the United States Constitution: Competing Narratives of Constitutional Dynamism and Stasis, Sanford Levinson
(84 Indiana Law Journal 1337 (2009))

Submissions from 1996

Toward the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Shigemitsu Dando
(72 Indiana Law Journal 7 (1996))

Submissions from 1995

Rights and Politics, Joseph Raz
(71 Indiana Law Journal 27 (1995))