Family Law

(Implicit) Consent to Intimacy

There is convincing evidence that persons in nursing homes, even persons with dementia in its later stages, benefit physically, mentally, and emotionally from close contact with loved ones, including conversation, touch, hugs and embraces, kissing, and sex. Nevertheless, nursing homes often discourage ongoing intimate relationships because of logistical, financial, and other considerations.


Indiana Religious Controversies Analyzed by Former Indiana Supreme Court Justice

by Tess Anglin, 2L Note Candidate Michael DeBoer’s article Justice Brent E. Dickson, State Constitutional Interpretation, and the Religion Provisions of the Indiana Constitution, tracks Justice Dickson’s contribution to the development of Indiana constitutional law through analyzing three cases surrounding the interpretation of the religious provisions of the Indiana Constitution. With respect to each case, […]


The Bitter End: Using POST to Encourage Pain Relief and Convey Patients’ End-of-Life Healthcare Wishes

Lori M. Craig J.D. Candidate, 2014, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law B.A. 1997, Indiana University – Bloomington, Bloomington, Indiana. “’For Christ’s sake, let me die in peace!’ he said. . . . ‘You know perfectly well you can do nothing to help me, so leave me alone.’ ‘We can ease your […]