Submissions from 2006

Taking the Initiative: Political Parties, Primary Elections, and the Constitutional Guarantee of Republican Governance, Gavin M. Rose
(81 Indiana Law Journal 753 (2006))

Protecting Race-Exclusive Scholarships from Extinction With an Alternative Compelling State Interest, Andrija Samardzich
(81 Indiana Law Journal 1121 (2006))

Davey's Deviant Discretion: An Incorporated Establishment Clause Should Require the State to Maintain Funding Neutrality, Nina S. Schultz
(81 Indiana Law Journal 785 (2006))

Private Eyes Are Watching You: With the Implementation of the E-911 Mandate, Who Will Watch Every Move You Make?, Geoffrey D. Smith
(58 Federal Communications Law Journal 705 (2006))

Using Global Themes to Reframe the Bioprospecting Debate, Jonathan B. Warner
(13 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 645 (2006))

Submissions from 2005

Determining When Two Offenses Are the Same Under Indiana's Criminal Rule 4, Howard W. Anderson III
(80 Indiana Law Journal 825 (2005))

"The Regulatory Grass in Greener": A Comparative Analysis of the Alien Tort Claims Act and the European Union's Green Paper on Corporate Social Responsibility, Joshua M. Chanin
(12 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 745 (2005))

Reframing the issue: AIDS as a Global Workforce Crisis and the Emerging Role of Multinational Corporations, Elizabeth M. Chitty
(12 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 717 (2005))

The Midwifery Stalemate and Childbirth Choice: Recognizing Mothers-to-Be as the Best Late Pregnancy Decisionmakers, Amy F. Cohen
(80 Indiana Law Journal 849 (2005))

Contract Theory in Nineteenth-Century Indiana Courts: An Argument for Non-Bargain Based Promissory Liability, Paul Dubbeling
(80 Indiana Law Journal 473 (2005))

In Defense of Maroni: Why Parents Should Be Allowed to Proceed Pro Se in IDEA Cases, M. Brendhan Flynn
(80 Indiana Law Journal 881 (2005))

The Price We are Willing to Pay for Punitive Justice in the Juvenile Detention System: Mentally Ill Delinquents and Their Disproportionate Share of the Burden, Jessica Ann Garascia
(80 Indiana Law Journal 489 (2005))

Being Reasonable Under the Fair Housing Amendments Act: Allowing Changes in Rent-Admission Policies to Accommodate the Disabled Renter's Economic Status, Abram B. Gregory
(80 Indiana Law Journal 905 (2005))

Examining the Underlying Purposes of Municipal and Statewide Smoking Bans, Mark J. Horvick
(80 Indiana Law Journal 923 (2005))

Broadcast Flags and the War Against Digital Television Piracy: A Solution or Dilemma for the Digital Era?, Debra Kaplan
(57 Federal Communications Law Journal 325 (2005))

When Mohammed Goes to the Mountain: The Evidentiary Value of a View, Layne S. Keele
(80 Indiana Law Journal 1091 (2005))

Reconsidering Severe or Pervasive: Aligning the Standard in Sexual Harassment and Racial Harassment Causes of Action, Heather L. Kleinschmidt
(80 Indiana Law Journal 1119 (2005))

Stopping the "Savage Indian" Myth: Dealing with the Doctrine of Laches in Lanham Act Claims of Disparagement, Steven R. Latterell
(80 Indiana Law Journal 1141 (2005))

Discriminatory Filtering: CIPA's Effect on Our Nation's Youth and Why the Supreme Court Erred in Upholding the Constitutionality of The Children's Internet Protection Act, Katherine A. Miltner
(57 Federal Communications Law Journal 555 (2005))

Forced to Punt: How the Bowl Championship Series and the Intercollegiate Arms Race Negatively Impact the Policy Objectives of Title LX, Kevin J. Rapp
(80 Indiana Law Journal 1167 (2005))

Empowering Subprime Borrowers: Mandatory Unsecured Credit Payoffs as Finance Charges, Steven R. Sharpe
(80 Indiana Law Journal 517 (2005))

Tort Liability After the Dust Settles: An Economic Analysis of the Airline Defendants' Duty to Ground Victims in the September 11 Litigation, David Y. Stevens
(80 Indiana Law Journal 545 (2005))

Federalism, the Commerce Clause, and the Constitutionality of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act of 2004, Ryan R. Wilmering
(80 Indiana Law Journal 1189 (2005))

Submissions from 2004

Competition versus Regulation: "Mediating Between Right and Right'* in the Wireless and Wireline Telephone Industries, Benjamin Douglas Arden
(57 Federal Communications Law Journal 107 (2004))

Rocking Wrigley: The Chicago Cubs' Off-Field Struggle to Compete for Ticket Sales with its Rooftop Neighbors, Ronnie Bitman
(56 Federal Communications Law Journal 377 (2004))

Actions Founded on Statutory Liability: Adopting a Limitations Period for Attorneys' Fees Actions Brought Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Darren A. Craig
(79 Indiana Law Journal 493 (2004))

Assessing Constitutional Challenges to University Free Speech Zones Under Public Forum Doctrine, Thomas J. Davis
(79 Indiana Law Journal 267 (2004))

An Architecture for Spam Regulation, David Dickinson
(57 Federal Communications Law Journal 129 (2004))

Setting Boundaries for Extraterritorial Applications of the Property Clause: An Assessment of an Alternative Source of Authority for Environmental Regulations, Cyril Robert Emery
(79 Indiana Law Journal 515 (2004))

Patenting Business Methods in Europe: What Lies Ahead?, Matthew E. Fink
(79 Indiana Law Journal 299 (2004))

Reading the Jurors Their Rights: The Continuing Question of Grand Jury Independence, Gregory T. Fouts
(79 Indiana Law Journal 323 (2004))

Staying Afloat in the Internet Stream: How to Keep Web Radio from Drowning in Digital Copyright Royalties, Emily D. Harwood
(56 Federal Communications Law Journal 673 (2004))

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development: the European Union Initiative as a Case Study, Kristina K. Herrmann
(11 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 205 (Summer 2004))

Securities Analysts: Why These Gatekeepers Abandoned Their Post, David J. Labhart
(79 Indiana Law Journal 1037 (2004))

Building the Northeast Asian Community, Byung-Woon Lyou
(11 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 257 (Summer 2004))

Hubbard v. Greeson: Indiana's Misapplication of the Tort Sections of the Restatement (Second) of Conflict of Laws, David A. Moore
(79 Indiana Law Journal 533 (2004))

Finding Substance in the FCC's Policy of "Substantial Service", Jennifer Prime
(56 Federal Communications Law Journal 397 (2004))

From a State-Centered Approach to Transnational Openness: Adapting the Hague Convention with Contemporary Human Rights Standards as Codified in the Convention of the Rights of the Child, Allison M. Scott
(11 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 233 (Summer 2004))

For-Profit Education Service Providers in Primary and Secondary Schooling: The Drive for and Consequences of Global Expansion, Amy M. Steketee
(11 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 171 (Summer 2004))

Legislating the Tower of Babel: International Restrictions on Internet Content and the Marketplace of Ideas, Michael F. Sutton
(56 Federal Communications Law Journal 417 (2004))

A Legislative Strategy Conditioned on Corruption: Regulating Campaign Financing After McConnell v. FEC, Bryan R. Whitaker
(79 Indiana Law Journal 1063 (2004))

Globalization and the Myth of Absolute National Sovereignty: Reconsidering the "Un-signing" of the Rome Statute and the Legacy of Senator Bricker, John R. Worth
(79 Indiana Law Journal 245 (2004))

Requiring a True Choice in Housing Choice Voucher Programs, Kristine L. Zeabart
(79 Indiana Law Journal 767 (2004))

Submissions from 2003

From Diversity to Duplication: Mega-Mergers and the Failure of the Marketplace Model Under the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Anastasia Bednarski
(55 Federal Communications Law Journal 273 (2003))

War Powers: What Are They Good for?: Congressional Disapproval of the President's Military Actions and the Merits of a Congressional Suit Against the President, Andrew D. LeMar
(78 Indiana Law Journal 1045 (2003))

A Lesson from NAFTA: Can the FTAA Function as a Tool for Improvement in the Lives of Working Women, Hannah L. Meils
(78 Indiana Law Journal 877 (2003))

Changing Identities and Changing Laws: Possibilities for a Global Legal Culture, Russell Menyhart
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 157 (Summer 2003))

Prescriptive Jurisdiction over Internet Activity: The Need to Define and Establish the Boundaries of Cyberliberty, Samuel F. Miller
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 227 (Summer 2003))

Reconcilable Differences: The Supreme Court Should Allow the Marriage of Brady and Plea Bargaining, Andrew P. O'Brien
(78 Indiana Law Journal 899 (2003))

Avoiding Slim Reasoning and Shady Results: A Proposal for Indecency and Obscenity Regulation in Radio and Broadcast Television, Jacob T. Rigney
(55 Federal Communications Law Journal 297 (2003))

From Reluctant Champion to Development Ringmaster: Managing the Expanding Mission of the World Bank, Jane Rueger
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 201 (Summer 2003))

Reconciling Human Rights and Sovereignty: A Framework for Global Property Law, Christopher Saporita
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 255 (Summer 2003))

Percentage Plans: An Inadequate Substitute for Affirmative Action in Higher Education Admissions, Jennifer L. Shea
(78 Indiana Law Journal 587 (2003))

National Security and the First Amendment: A Judicial Role in Maximizing Public Access to Information, Matthew Silverman
(78 Indiana Law Journal 1101 (2003))

Reconsidering the Mythical Advantages of Cohabitation: Why Marriage Is More Efficient Than Cohabitation, Eric P. Voigt
(78 Indiana Law Journal 1069 (2003))

Encryption Regulation in the Wake of September 11, 2001: Must We Protect National Security at the Expense of the Economy?, Matthew Parker Voors
(55 Federal Communications Law Journal 331 (2003))

A Round "PEG" for a Round Hole: Advocating for the Town of Oyster Bay's Public Access Channel Restrictions, Thomas Werner
(56 Federal Communications Law Journal 239 (2003))

Lessons from Stockholm: Evaluating the Global Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, Andrew J. Yoder
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 113 (Summer 2003))

Submissions from 2002

A Right Without a Potent Remedy: Indiana's Bad Faith Insurance Doctrine Leaves Injured Third Parties Without Full Redress, Gregory A. Bullman
(77 Indiana Law Journal 787 (2002))

The Defamation of Choice-of-Law in Cyberspace: Countering the View that the Restatement (Second) of Conflict of Laws is Inadequate to Navigate the Borderless Reaches of the Intangible Frontier, Philip Adam Davis
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 339 (2002))

Carnivore, The FBI’s E-mail Surveillance System: Devouring Criminals, Not Privacy, Griffin S. Dunham
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 543 (2002))

Enhancing Competition:Are Proposed Federal Communications Commission Rules That Treat Local Exchange Carrier Access To Multiple Tenant Environments a Taking?, Kathryn Gordon
(55 Federal Communications Law Journal 99 (2002))

Regulation FD's Effect on Fixed-Income Investors: Is the Public Protected or Harmed?, Michael A. Harrison
(77 Indiana Law Journal 189 (2002))

The Digital Divide and Courtroom Technology: Can David Keep Up With Goliath?, Michael E. Heintz
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 567 (2002))

The Supreme Court Takes on the First Amendment Privacy Conflict and Stumbles: Bartnicki v. Vopper, the Wiretapping Act, and the Notion of Unlawfully Obtained Information, James M. Hilmert
(77 Indiana Law Journal 639 (2002))

Cloning Human Organs: Potential Sources and Property Implications, Laura J. Hilmert
(77 Indiana Law Journal 363 (2002))

Injunctive Relief in the Internet Age: The Battle Between Free Speech and Trade Secrets, Adam W. Johnson
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 517 (2002))

The SEC's Role in the Global Era: How the SEC Will Protect U.S. Investors in Foreign Markets, Derek W. Kaczmarek
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 529 (2002))

"United We Stand": Managing Choice-of- Law Problems in September-11-Based Toxic Torts Through Federal Substantive Mass- Tort Law, Kenneth G. Kubes
(77 Indiana Law Journal 825 (2002))

Veil of Secrecy: Public Executions, Limitations on Reporting Capital Punishment, and the Content-Based Nature of Private Execution Laws, Nicholas Levi
(55 Federal Communications Law Journal 131 (2002))

The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms Shall Not Be Litigated Away: Constitutional Implications of Municipal Lawsuits Against the Gun Industry, William L. McCoskey
(77 Indiana Law Journal 873 (2002))

The Koon Trap: Why Imperfect Entrapment Fails to Justify Departure from the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, Joseph M. Meadows
(77 Indiana Law Journal 341 (2002))

What Globalization Means for Ecotourism: Managing Globalization's Impacts on Ecotourism in Developing Countries, Alexander C. O'Neill
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 501 (2002))

"Whoever Fights Monsters Should See to It That in the Process He Does Not Become a Monster": The Necessity of Maintaining and Narrowing the Welcomeness Requirement in Sexual Harassment Suits, Leigh A. Salmon
(77 Indiana Law Journal 615 (2002))

Smut on the Small Screen: The Future of Cable-Based Adult Entertainment Following United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Bradley A. Skafish
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 319 (2002))

Conceivable Sterilization: A Constitutional Analysis of a Norplant/Depo-Provera Welfare Condition, Kimberly A. Smith
(77 Indiana Law Journal 389 (2002))

The Amendment of Section 527: Eliminating Stealth PACs and Providing a Model for Future Campaign Finance Reform, David D. Storey
(77 Indiana Law Journal 167 (2002))

Protecting Student Privacy: Reporting Campus Crimes as an Alternative to Disclosing Student Disciplinary Records, Tamu K. Walton
(77 Indiana Law Journal 143 (2002))

Submissions from 2001

Weiland v. Telectronics Pacing Systems, Inc.: Illinois Reexamines Medical Device Preemption, Adrian S. Allen
(76 Indiana Law Journal 443 (2001))

Taking Account of the World As it Will Be: The Shifting Course of U.S. Encryption Policy, Tricia E. Black
(53 Federal Communications Law Journal 289 (2001))

The Great, Global Promise of Genetically Modified Organisms: Overcoming Fear Misconceptions, and the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, Kurt Buechle
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 283 (2001))

Limited Liability Companies and the Federal Securities Laws: Congress Should Amend the Securities Laws to Avoid Coverage, George A. Burke Jr.
(76 Indiana Law Journal 749 (2001))

The Persistence of the Dirigiste Model: Wireless Spectrum Allocation in Europe, à la Francaise., Russell Carlberg
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 129 (2001))

Thresholds of Private CERCLA Liability: Redefining "Necessary" Under Section 107(a)(4)(B), Jennifer I. Fox
(76 Indiana Law Journal 769 (2001))

Protecting Our Mentally Ill: A Critique of the Role of Indiana State Courts in Protecting Involuntarily Committed Mental Patients' Right to Refuse Medication, Michael Leonard Goff Jr.
(76 Indiana Law Journal 983 (2001))

Does Internet Gambling Strengthen the U.S. Economy? Don't Bet On It, Ryan D. Hammer
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 103 (2001))

An Uphill Battle: The Difficulty of Deterring and Detecting Perpetrators of Internet Stock Fraud, Byron D. Hittle
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 165 (2001))

Making Sense out of Antisense: The Enablement Requirement in Biotechnology After Enzo Biochem v. Calgene, Matthew D. Kellam
(76 Indiana Law Journal 221 (2001))

Staying True to Purpose: Including Corporate Debtors Under § 362(h) of the Federal Bankruptcy Code, D. Casey Kobi
(76 Indiana Law Journal 243 (2001))

The Implications of Kumho Tire: Applying Daubert Analysis to Warning-Label Testimony in Products Liability Cases, Sara K. Ledford
(76 Indiana Law Journal 465 (2001))

The Palestinian Poverty Problem in the Era of Globalization, Ariel J. Leinwand
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 325 (2001))

Slow and Steady Does Not Always Win the Race: The Nuremberg Files Web Site and What It Should Teach Us About Incitement and the Internet, Nadine E. McSpadden
(76 Indiana Law Journal 485 (2001))

A "Frozen Exception" for the Frozen Embryo: The Davis "Reasonable Alternatives Exception", Jennifer L. Medenwald
(76 Indiana Law Journal 507 (2001))

Emigrant Remittances: Policies to Increase Inflows and Maximize Benefits, Alexander C. O'Neill
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 345 (2001))

An Identity Crisis: Regime Legitimacy and the Politics of Intellectual Property Rights in China, Scott J. Palmer
(8 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 449 (2001))

Indiana Choice-of-Law Doctrine After Gollnick v. Gollnick, Peter T. Snow
(76 Indiana Law Journal 961 (2001))

The Best Laid Plans: How Unrestrained Arbitration Decisions Have Corrupted the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, Ian L. Stewart
(53 Federal Communications Law Journal 509 (2001))

Dial 911 and Report a Congressional Empty Promise: The Wireless Communications and Public Safety Act of 1999, Peter P. Ten Eyck
(54 Federal Communications Law Journal 53 (2001))

Got "Hormone-Free" Milk?: Your State May Have Enough Interest to Let You Know, Jennifer R. Thornley
(76 Indiana Law Journal 785 (2001))

Paved With Good Intentions: How InterLATA Data Relief Undermines the Competitive Provisions of the 1996 Act, Jean F. Walker
(53 Federal Communications Law Journal 533 (2001))