Students seek to bust the curve in law school. The law faculty’s job is to ensure that in doing so, students will be well positioned for success in life and the profession. In a constantly changing economy and society, the faculty does its job by keeping ahead of the curve itself.
The written submissions from Upward! combine to relate a story of law school curricular, student body, and course design that responds to the changing needs and realities of the profession and student demand.
The Indiana Law Review is pleased to announce the following members have been selected for its Volume 52 Editorial Board. We look forward to their leadership and contributions to legal scholarship throughout the 2018-19 academic year. Congratulations! J. Mitchell Tanner, Editor-in-Chief Nicole Dobias, Executive Managing Editor Riley Parr, Executive Notes Editor Carla Uhlarik, Senior Executive Editor Courtney Abshire, Executive Articles Editor Amelia […]More
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, […]More
by Tyler J. Haston, 2L Note Candidate Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? While some voters were robust supporters of one of these candidates, the common response from several people in this country during the last election was, “Neither!” While roughly half of the country supported Donald Trump and felt that Hillary Clinton would trample on […]More
by Yaniv Shmukler, 2L Note Candidate In his recently published article, Can Congress Play a Role in Remedying Dysfunctional Political Partisanship?, Professor Mark Rosen discusses how voting rights, gerrymandering, and political campaigns lead to increased polarization in today’s political climate. He notes that most rules-of-the-road are state law, although Congress has the power to displace […]More
by Kayleigh Long, 2L Note Candidate In a political climate of gridlock where the Senate refused to act on President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the United States Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reminded the nation of the art on how to disagree vehemently within the bounds of civility after the untimely passing […]More
The Indiana Law Review is pleased to announce the following members have been selected for its Volume 51 editorial board. We look forward to their leadership and contributions to legal scholarship throughout the 2017-18 academic year. Congratulations! Ashley Hart, Editor in Chief Zachary Mahone, Executive Managing Editor James Strickland, Executive Notes Editor Michael Heavilon, Executive Articles Editor Timothy Walters, Executive Articles Editor […]More