Contained in this collection are articles written by Maurer students. Although most of these articles were published in our law journals, some may have been published elsewhere.


Submissions from 2014

Free Exercise After the Arab Spring: Protecting Egypt’s Religious Minorities Under the Country’s New Constitution, James Michael Nossett
(89 Indiana Law Journal 1653 (2014))

A Call for Truth in the Fashion Pages: What Global Trend in Advertising Regulation Means for U.S. Beauty and Fashion Advertisers, Ashley O'Neil
(21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 619 (2014))

Edification from the Andorran Model: A Brief Exploration into the Condominium Solution on the International Stage and Its Potential Application to Current Land Disputes, Taylor Calvin Perkins
(21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 643 (2014))

Takings and the Right to Fish and Float in Colorado, Aaron Pettis
(89 Indiana Law Journal 43 (2014))

Beyond the Verdict: Why the Courts Must Protect Jurors From the Public Before, During, and After High-Profile Cases, Scott Ritter
(89 Indiana Law Journal 911 (2014))

Protecting the Home Turf: National Bar Associations and the Foreign Lawyer, Brendan K. Smith
(21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 667 (2014))

Bitcoin: The Economic Case for a Global, Virtual Currency Operating in an Unexplored Legal Framework, Jonathan B. Turpin
(21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 335 (2014))

Targeted Drug Donations: A Necessary Evil in Need of a Global Harness and a Possible Cure for TRIPS Shortcomings, Gabriella Tzeneva
(21 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 369 (2014))

Submissions from 2013

Disappearing Diversity? FCC Deregulation and the Effect on Minority Station Ownership, Jason Allen

Balancing the Scales: Reinstating Home Privacy Without Violence in Indiana, Tyler Anderson
(88 Indiana Law Journal 361 (2013))

The Affordable Care Act and International Recruitment and Migration of Nursing Professionals, Helen D. Arnold
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1373 (2013))

An Unreasonable Application of a Reasonable Standard: Title VII and Sexual Orientation Retaliation, Jorden Colalella

Reintegrating Detroit: Using Affirmative Action to Remedy the Discriminatory Effect of Eminent Domain Takings for Economic Development, Sarah Domin

“Oh, it is you, is it?”: Closing the Door on Reasonable Resistance to Unlawful Police Entry in Indiana, Jesse Drum
(88 Indiana Law Journal 393 (2013))

Violent Sex: How Gender-Based Violence is Structured in Haiti, Healthcare & HIV/AIDS, Chanelle Fox

When Diversity for Diversity's Sake is not Enough: Should Black Immigrants Receive the Benefit of Affirmative Action at the Detriment of Native Blacks?, Cedric Gordon

What Could Be Gained in Translation: Legal Language and Lawyer-Linguists in a Globalized World, Samantha Hargitt
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 425 (2013))

Identification Problems and Voting Obstacles for Transgender Americans, James A. Haynes

The Pursuit of "Voluntary" Tax Compliance in a Globalized World, Jennifer Hepp
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 449 (2013))

Religiously Devout Judges: A Decision-Making Framework for Judicial Disqualification, Michelle L. Jones
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1089 (2013))

What's in a Name?: Geographical Indicators, Legal Protection, and the Vulnerability of Zinfandel, Stephen M. Jurca
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1445 (2013))

California’s Conversion: A Ban on Minor Conversion Therapy and the Effect on Other States, Julie Laemmle

gMonopoly: Does Search Bias Warrant Antitrust or Regulatory Intervention?, Andrew Langford
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1559 (2013))

Redeeming a Lost Generation: "The Year of Law School Litigation" and the Future of the Law School Transparency Movement, Andrew S. Murphy
(88 Indiana Law Journal 773 (2013))

Defining Fetal Life: An Establishment Clause Analysis of Religiously Motivated Informed Consent Provisions, Justin R. Olson
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1113 (2013))

A New Approach to Digital Reader Privacy; State Regulations and Their Protection of Digital Book Data, Andrew A. Proia
(88 Indiana Law Journal 1593 (2013))

Regulating the Corporate Tap: Applying Global Administrative Law Principles to Achieve the Human Right to Water, Kristin L. Retherford
(88 Indiana Law Journal 811 (2013))

VARA’s Orphans: How Indigenous Artists Can Still Look for Hope in the Moral Rights Regime, Amy Skelton

Changing the Narrative of Neonaticide, Julie Spain

The Recurring Native Response to Global Labor Migration, Patrick W. Thomas
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1393 (2013))

A Diamond Scheme is Forever Lost: The Kimberley Process's Deteriorating Tripartite Structure and its Consequences for the Scheme's Survival, Andrew H. Winetroub
(20 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1425 (2013))

Submissions from 2012

Patents Fettering Reproductive Rights, Scott A. Allen
(87 Indiana Law Journal 445 (2012))

From Betamax to YouTube: How Sony Corporation of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc. Could Still Be a Standard for New Technology, Veronica Corsaro
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 449 (2012))

Forward Contracts - Prohibitions on Risk and Speculation Under Islamic Law, Nicholas C. Dau-Schmidt
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 533 (2012))

The Sky is Not Falling: The Effect of a Performance Right on the Radio Market, Gregory F. Donahue
(87 Indiana Law Journal 1287 (2012))

Renewing the Chase: The First Amendment, Campaign Advertisements, and the Goal of an Informed Citizenry, John Stewart Fleming
(87 Indiana Law Journal 709 (2012))

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the Supreme Court, and Lawrence the "Laggard", Audrey K. Hagedorn
(87 Indiana Law Journal 795 (2012))

Wiretapping the Internet: The Expansion of the Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act to Extend Government Surveillance, Christa M. Hibbard
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 371 (2012))

Public Interest Litigation in India as a Paradigm for Developing Nations, Zachary Holladay
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 555 (2012))

The Price They Pay: Protecting the Mother-Child Relationship Through the Use of Prison Nurseries and Residential Parenting Programs, Anne E. Jbara
(87 Indiana Law Journal 1825 (2012))

Regulation, Renegotiation, and Reform: Improving Transnational Public-Private Partnerships in the Wake of the Gulf Oil Spill, John J. McKinlay
(87 Indiana Law Journal 1315 (2012))

The Global Crackdown on Insider Trading: A Silver Lining to the "Great Reccession", Christopher P. Montagano
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 575 (2012))

Consumer Watchdog: The FCC’s Proposed Rulemaking to Help Consumers Avoid Bill Shock, Cameron Robinson
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 427 (2012))

Greenpeace, Social Media, and the Possibility of Global Deliberation on the Environment, Michael Roose
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 347 (2012))

Harmonization, But Not Homogenization: The Case for Cuban Autonomy in Globalizing Economic Reforms, Heather Shreve
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 365 (2012))

Survival of the Standard: Today’s Public Interest Requirement in Television Broadcasting and the Return to Regulation, Drew Simshaw
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 401 (2012))

Televising the Supreme Court: Why Legislation Fails, R. Patrick Thornberry
(87 Indiana Law Journal 479 (2012))

The Human Right to Water: Will Its Fulfillment Contribute to Environmental Degradation?, Alezah Trigueros
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 599 (2012))

Step Aside, Mr. Senator: A Request for Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee To Give Up Their Mics, Paul E. Vaglicia
(87 Indiana Law Journal 1791 (2012))

Department of Defense, Inc.: The DoD's Use of Corporate Strategies to Manage U. S. Overseas Military Bases, Matt Weyand
(19 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 391 (2012))

Submissions from 2011

Respect My Authority: Analyzing Claims of Diminished U.S. Supreme Court Influence Abroad, Aaron B. Aft
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 421 (2011))

Judicial Review of Public Utility Commissions, Jonathan Armiger
(86 Indiana Law Journal 1163 (2011))

Overwhelmed by Big Consolidation: Bringing Back Regulation to Increase Diversity in Programming That Serves Minority Audiences, Caridad Austin
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 733 (2011))

It’s a Mad, Mad Internet: Globalization and the Challenges Presented by Internet Censorship, Jessica E. Bauml
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 697 (2011))

The Alien Tort Statute and Flomo v. Firestone Natural Rubber Company: The Key to Change in Global Child Labor Practices?, Jessica Bergman
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 455 (2011))

Are You Ready for Some Football?: How Antitrust Laws Can Be Used to Break Up DirecTV's Exclusive Right to Telecast NFL's Sunday Ticket Package, Ariel Y. Bublick
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 223 (2011))

Money Can't Buy You Law: The Effects of Foreign Aid on the Rule of Law in Developing Countries, Katherine Erbeznik
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 873 (2011))

The Fight for Clean Technology Funds: Who Should Control the Future of Low-Carbon Technology in the Developing World, William Gardner
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 481 (2011))

Counting the Costs of a Global Anglophonic Hegemony: Examining the Impact of U.S. Language Education Policy on Linguistic Minorities Worldwide, Stephen M. Harper
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 515 (2011))

International Drug Trafficking: A Global Problem with a Domestic Solution, Matthew S. Jenner
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 901 (2011))

Obstacles to Accessing the State Justice System in Rural Afghanistan, Kara Jensen
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Stuides 929 (2011))

Teachers' Religious Garb as an Instrument for Globalization in Education, Caitlin S. Kerr
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 539 (2011))

From Sovereignty to Responsibility: An Emerging International Norm and Its Call to Action in Burma, Alison McCormick
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 563 (2011))

Merit Pay and Pain: Linking Congressional Pay to Performance, Jonathan D. McPike
(86 Indiana Law Journal 335 (2011))

Utopian Justice: A Review of Global Justice, A Cosmopolitan Account, by Gillian Brock, Katelyn Miner
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Stuides 951 (2011))

Fulfilling the Promise of Payne: Creating Participatory Opportunities for Survivors in Capital Cases, Megan A. Mullett
(86 Indiana Law Journal 1618 (2011))

Access to Media All A-Twitter: Revisiting Gertz and the Access to Media Test in the Age of Social Networking, Ann E. O'Connor
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 507 (2011))

Statewide Cable Franchising: Expand Nationwide or Cut the Cord?, James G. Parker
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 199 (2011))

The "Strong Medicine" of the Overbreadth Doctrine: When Statutory Exceptions Are No More than a Placebo, Christopher A. Pierce
(64 Federal Communications Law Journal 177 (2011))

Television for All: Increasing Television Accessibility for the Visually Impaired Through the FCC's Ability to Regulate Video Description Technology, Joshua S. Robare
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 553 (2011))

Restraining Amazon.com's Orwellian Potential: The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as Consumer Rights Legislation, Alicia C. Sanders
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 535 (2011))

Reviled Mothers: Custody Modification Cases Involving Domestic Violence, Megan Shipley
(86 Indiana Law Journal 1587 (2011))

Resolving Conflicts of Constitution: Inside the Dominican Republic's Constitutional Ban on Abortion, Mia So
(86 Indiana Law Journal 713 (2011))

A Shift in the Wind: The Siting of Wind Power Projects on Public Lands in the Obama Era, Eric S. Spengle
(86 Indiana Law Journal 1185 (2011))

Bullycide in American Schools: Forging a Comprehensive Legislative Solution, Jason A. Wallace
(86 Indiana Law Journal 735 (2011))

A Review of Beyond Citizenship: American Identity After Globalization, by Peter J. Spiro, Andy Williams
(18 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 593 (2011))

Submissions from 2010

The Need for a Global Amateurism Standard: International Student Issues and Controversies, Erin Abbey-Pinegar
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 241 (2010))

From One [Expletive] Policy to the Next: The FCC's Regulation of "Fleeting Expletives" and the Supreme Court's Response, Brandon J. Almas
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 261 (2010))

It's a Pirate's Life for Some: The Development of an Illegal Industry in Response to an Unjust Global Power Dynamic, Elliot A. Anderson
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 319 (2010))

The Sound of Money: Securing Copyright, Royalties, and Creative "Progress" in the Digital Music Revolution, Armen Boyajian
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 587 (2010))

Women's Employment Rights in China: Creating Harmony for Women in the Workplace, Jamie Burnett
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 289 (2010))

Heeding "The Best of Prophets": Historical Perspective and Potential Reform of Public Sector Collective Bargaining in Indiana, Todd C. Dvorak
(85 Indiana Law Journal 701 (2010))

Whose Burden is it Anyway? Addressing the Needs of Content Owners in DMCA Safe Harbors, Greg Janson
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 153 (2010))

Protecting the Cloak and Dagger with an Illusory Shield: How the Proposed Free Flow of Information Act Falls Short, Jill Laptosky
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 403 (2010))

Keep Off the Grass!: An Alternative Approach to the Gun Control Debate, Lance Lindeen
(85 Indiana Law Journal 1659 (2010))

Two Birds, One Stone: Achieving Corporate Social Responsibility Through the Shareholder-Primacy Norm, Marshall M. Magaro
(85 Indiana Law Journal 1149 (2010))

Combating Cyberbullying: Emphasizing Education over Criminalization, Jessica P. Meredith
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 311 (2010))

Derailed by the D.C. Circuit: Getting Network Management Regulation Back on Track, Edward B. Mulligan V
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 633 (2010))

Music as Speech: A First Amendment Category unto Itself, David Munkittrick
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 665 (2010))

Virtually Enabled: How Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act Might Be Applied to Online Virtual Worlds, Joshua Newton
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 183 (2010))

Behavioral Advertisement Regulation: How the Negative Perception of Deep Packet Inspection Technology May Be Limiting the Online Experience, Andrea N. Person
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 435 (2010))

Love Thy Neighbor: The Tampere Convention as Global Legislation, Allison Rahrig
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 273 (2010))

Who's Responsible for This? The Globalization of Healthcare in Developing Countries, Joshua P. Reading
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 367 (2010))

Future Imperfect: Googling for Principles in Online Behavioral Advertising, Brian Stallworth
(62 Federal Communications Law Journal 465 (2010))

Examining the FCC's Indecency Regulations in Light of Today's Technology, Elizabeth H. Steele
(63 Federal Communications Law Journal 289 (2010))

What Parents Don't Know: Informed Consent, Marriage, and Genital-Normalizing Surgery on Intersex Children, Samantha S. Uslan
(85 Indiana Law Journal 301 (2010))

Preemption in Green Marketing: The Case for Uniform Federal Marketing Definitions, Robert B. White
(85 Indiana Law Journal 325 (2010))

A Review of Making People Illegal: What Globalization Means for Migration and Law, by Catherine Dauvergne, Andy Williams
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 413 (2010))

The Suppression of a Saggin' Expression: Exploring the "Saggy Pants" Style Within a First Amendment Context, Onika K. Williams
(85 Indiana Law Journal 1169 (2010))

Seeking Civilian Control: Rule of Law, Democracy, and Civil-Military Relations in Zimbabwe, Jeremiah I. Williamson
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 389 (2010))