Congratulations to the Vol. 50 Note Candidates Selected for Publication!

The Indiana Law Review is pleased to announce the following note candidates have been selected for publication in Volume 50:

Kristina Coleman, Beyond Baidoo v. Blood-Dzraku: Service of Process Through Facebook And Other Social Media Platforms Through An Indiana Lens

John DeRoss Jr., Misclassification Of Employees As Independent Contractors In Indiana: A State Legislative Solution

Justine Farris, The Right Of Non-Citizens To Bear Arms: Understanding ‘The People’ Of The Second Amendment

*Tabatha Halleck, What Should A Showing Of Intent Or Purpose Require In A Case Of Corporate Liability For Child Slavery Under The Alien Tort Statute?

Benjamin Jacqua, Policing The Police: Reexamining The Constitutional Implications Of Traffic Stops

Tyler Jones, Paradise Lost: Contracting Away Immunity Under The Indiana Tort Claims Act

Kyle Montrose, Aim For The Best, Prepare For The Worst: Indiana’s Lack Of Municipal Bankruptcy

Tyler Moorhead, Business Courts: Their Advantages, Implementation Strategies, And Indiana’s Pursuit Of Its Own

Alexander Swider, Toeing The Line: The Delicate Balance Attorneys Must Maintain When Responding To Auditor Inquiry Request Letters

Ariana Tanoos, Shielding The Presumption of Innocence from Pretrial Media Coverage

Megan Thobe, A Call To Action: Fixing The Judicially-Murkied Waters Of 35 U.S.C. § 101

*winner of the Papke Prize, awarded annually for the best student note


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