Tag: Indiana Law Review
BITING THE BULLET: A BIPARTISAN SOLUTION TO INCREASE DEBTORS’ ACCESS TO CHAPTER 7 RELIEFWHILE EXEMPTING FIREARMS IN A BANKRUPTCY CASE
A Tribute to Justice David
DUTY TO DEFEND AND THE RULE OF LAW REDUX: Why a State Attorney General Should Refuse to Let a Governor Sue the Legislature
Congratulations to the Volume 55 Note Candidates!
Rethinking Partisanship and its Effects on the Federal Judiciary
The Zika Response: A Case of Congressional Dysfunction and Polarization
Indiana Religious Controversies Analyzed by Former Indiana Supreme Court Justice
Introducing the Presidents of the United States, Donald Trump AND Hillary Clinton
Congress’ Role in the Rules-of-the-Road of Representative Democracy
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