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Note Publication Decisions

  Please join us in congratulating the following Note Candidates for being selected to have their Note published in Volume 54 of the Indiana Law Review: Jacob Antrim Securities Fraud and Reliance: Indiana’s Securities Fraud Standard Abby DeMare Reviving the Disclosure Tort in Indiana: How a Contemporary Twist Could Give Life to a Dormant Remedy […]

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The Cultural Politics of Dan Quayle and Mike Pence

STEVE SANDERS, Associate Professor, Indiana University Bloomington Maurer School of Law. The Gallup polling organization classifies Indiana as a “pink” state, rather than a “red” state, meaning it leans Republican but is not solidly in the GOP column. After all, in recent years Indiana has sent Democrats like Evan Bayh and Joe Donnelly to the United […]

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Congratulations to the Volume 54 Executive and Editorial Boards!

The Indiana Law Review is pleased to announce the following members have been selected for its Volume 54 Executive and Editorial Boards. We look forward to their leadership and contributions to legal scholarship throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. Congratulations! Sheremy Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief Shannon Keating, Executive Managing Editor Abby DeMare, Executive Notes Editor Colleen Morrison, Senior Executive Editor Diana White, Executive Articles Editor […]

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Survey: Banking, Business, and Contract Law

Frank Sullivan, Jr., Indiana University Bicentennial Professor and Professor of Practice, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. Justice, Indiana Supreme Court (1993-2012). LL.M., University of Virginia School of Law (2001); J.D., Indiana University Maurer School of Law (1982); A.B., Dartmouth College (1972). Pursuant to Indiana Supreme Court rule, on June 1, 2016, six “commercial […]

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Location, Location, Location: How The ACCA’s Categorical Approach Produces Vast Sentencing Discrepancies, and Why The Sentencing Guidelines Should Replace It

HALEY E. ROACH- J.D., May 2019, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law; B.A., May 2016, University of Dayton—Dayton, Ohio. John has lived his entire life in Gary, Indiana. He joined a gang when he was fourteen and has been in and out of the correctional system ever since. At nineteen, he and two other […]

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A Bipartisan Policy for Democracy Why Automatic Voter Registration is Right for Indiana

ELIZABETH M. HYDE- J.D., 2019, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law; B.A. 2011, Hanover College – Hanover, Indiana. “When you’re automatically registered to vote, that makes your life easier.” This remark came on the floor of the West Virginia Senate shortly before the Senate voted to pass an automatic voter registration bill. The speaker? […]

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Public Business is the Public’s Business: Koch’s Implications for Indiana’s Access to Public Records Act

COURTNEY ABSHIRE- J.D., 2019, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law; MPA 2016, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, Indiana; B.A. 2012, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, Indiana. In 2016, the Indiana Supreme Court faced the question of whether records requested pursuant to the Access to Public Records Act (“APRA”) could be withheld […]

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INTRODUCTION: THE ETHICS OF LAWYERS IN GOVERNMENT

Margaret C. Tarkington Professor of Law and Dean’s Fellow, IU McKinney School of Law Co-Director, J.D. Program Evaluation & Assessment It is likely impossible to articulate or capture the importance of ethics in government. Corruption in government, or, as Vincent Blasi stated, “the abuse of official power” is, in fact, “an especially serious evil.” Government officials […]

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